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Who’s Who Where – June 2024

Who’s Who Where – June 2024

June 2024

Public affairs professionals have been making career changes. Keep track of who’s doing what where.

Ryan Bowley, formerly executive director, American Trucking Association’s Moving & Storage Conference; now vice president of government affairs, Fertilizer Institute

Sean Brown, formerly vice president of public affairs and digital strategy, Federation of American Hospitals; now vice president of communications, Healthcare Leadership Council

Elizabeth Demorest, formerly PAC & grassroots advocacy manager, American College of Emergency Physicians; now associate director, political & external affairs, American Academy of Dermatology Association

Brandon Farris, formerly vice president of domestic policy, National Association of Manufacturers; now vice president of government relations, Steel Manufacturers Association

Steve Grasso, formerly senior director, global government affairs, GlobalFoundries; now head of global government affairs, onsemi

Wesly Miguel Hernandez, formerly government affairs director, McDonald’s; now corporate government affairs, Clif Bar, Mondelez International

Scott Herndon, formerly president, Field to Market; now head of U.S. government and industry affairs, Morning Agriculture

Parker Kasmer, formerly senior vice president of external affairs, JUUL Labs; now vice president of government affairs, American Exploration & Production Council

Nora Khalil, formerly staffer, House Appropriations Energy and Water Development Subcommittee; now vice president of legislative affairs, Aerospace Industries Association

Sarah Mamula, formerly vice president for government affairs, Bank Policy Institute; now head of government affairs, Financial Technology Association

Tim Miller, formerly corporate communications, external relations team lead, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; now state affairs director, Colorado Farm Bureau

John Partin, formerly senior policy advisor, United States House of Representatives; now vice president, government affairs, Bank Policy Institute

Sarah Cottrell Propst, formerly secretary, energy, minerals and natural resources department, State of New Mexico; now vice president, state affairs, American Clean Power Association

Bill Raines, formerly senior director, government affairs, Edwards Lifesciences; now senior director, government affairs, DexCom

Chad Ramey, formerly chief of staff, Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-MO-03); now head, D.C. office, BNP Paribas

Kaya Singleton, formerly director of federal government relations, H&R Block; now director of federal government relations, Roku

Richard Shanahan, formerly director, government and external relations, Hitachi America, Ltd; now senior manager, government relations, Nissan North America, Inc

Laura Vogel, formerly senior advisor, political affairs, NRECA; now director of advocacy, American Society of Travel Advisors

David Weissman, formerly legislative assistant and senior manager of government affairs, U.S. Chamber of Commerce; now director of congressional affairs, National Community Pharmacists Association

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