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Who’s Who Where – March 2024

Who’s Who Where – March 2024

March 2024

Your public affairs peers are making career moves. Discover what they’re up to and where they’re landing.

Evan Bender, formerly district director, legislative director, Rep. Troy Nehls (R-TX); now director of government affairs, National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association

Rachel Bissex, formerly senior counsel, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA); now vice president of federal government affairs, News Corp.

Liz Bourgeois, formerly chief communications officer, Handshake; now communications, OpenAI

Sarah Donohue, formerly vice president of marketing & communications, AT&T; now vice president, communications, PepsiCo

Sierra Grimes, formerly senior manager, government affairs, National Business Aviation Association; now director, federal affairs, Southwest Airlines

Kevin Harris, formerly executive director, Congressional Black Caucus; now senior director of public affairs,

Sue Hensley, formerly executive vice president, communications & public affairs, American Trucking Associations; now senior vice president of member engagement, National Restaurant Association

Kasey Lovett, formerly senior director of communications, American Beverage; now vice president of corporate responsibility communications, JPMorgan Chase

Malorie Lucich, formerly head of technology & innovation communications, Pinterest; now executive director, technology & innovation communications, General Motors

Bevin Maguire, formerly chief communications officer & vice president of communications, Honeywell; now chief communications officer & vice president of corporate communications, Applied Materials

Laurie McKay, formerly director in the government law & policy group, Greenberg Traurig LLP; now vice president of government relations & protocol, Kennedy Center

Ed Mortimer, formerly vice president of transportation and infrastructure, U.S. Chamber of Commerce; now vice president of government affairs, NextNav

Spencer Pederson, formerly vice president of federal affairs, Consumer Brands Association; now vice president of public affairs, National Electrical Manufacturers Association

Amanda Slater, formerly principal, Rich Feuer Anderson; now senior vice president of public policy & head of U.S. federal affairs, Mastercard

Annie Starke, formerly policy adviser, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck LLP; now senior director of federal affairs, Beer Institute

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