Who’s Who… Where

21 Mar, 2017



Congratulations to the following public affairs professionals on their recent career moves.

Lindsay Baringer, formerly assistant vice president, Angerholzer Broz Consulting; now manager, PAC, Amazon

Dan Ball, formerly deputy director, policy, Senate Commerce Committee majority; now director, public policy, Facebook

Tom Foulkes, formerly vice president, state government affairs, Entertainment Software Association; now senior director, state advocacy, BSA | The Software Alliance

Kristy Graham, formerly vice president, corporate affairs (biopharmaceuticals group), Pfizer; now CEO, global public affairs, Edelman

Tom Harnisch, formerly director, state relations and policy analysis, American Association of State Colleges and Universities; now vice president, government relations, State Higher Education Executive Officers Association

Taylor Holgate, formerly senior manager, federal government affairs, Consumer Healthcare Products Association; now director, federal government affairs, Consumer Healthcare Products Association

Blake Major, formerly director, federal government affairs, AIG; now director, grassroots and communications, MassMutual

RaShawn Mitchell, formerly deputy chief of staff and legislative director, Office of U.S. Rep. Joe Cunningham (D-SC); now senior director, government relations, American Gaming Association.

Lewis Plush, formerly legislative assistant, Office of U.S. Rep. Vern Buchanan; now associate director, legislative affairs, National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions

Anne Russell Thompson, formerly director, government affairs, Bunge North America, Inc.; now director, PAC and political strategy, National Corn Growers Association

Dan Smith, formerly senior vice president and executive director, Card Policy Council of American Bankers Association; now executive vice president and head, regulatory affairs, Consumer Bankers Association

Ann Swade, formerly manager, member relations, BIPAC; now senior specialist, government relations, Cardinal Health


January Who’s Who 

Beth Allgaier, formerly director, corporate relations, Melanoma Research Foundation; now senior vice president, business development and industry relations, Consumer Healthcare Products Association

Joanne (Jo) Bullen, formerly head, public and government affairs, Bayer; now executive director, external affairs, MSD

Alex B. Davidson, formerly director, communications, Office of United States Representative Paul Mitchell; now director, media relations and public affairs, Beer Institute

Anne Esposito, formerly vice president, global government affairs, Indivior; now top lobbyist, PhRMA

Sydney Fincher, formerly professional staff member, Office of Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC); now manager, federal government affairs, Anheuser-Busch

Les Fugate, formerly executive vice president, RunSwitch PR; now director, state and local government affairs, Brown-Forman

Jennifer Kurrie, formerly director, government affairs, Walgreens; now director, state and local government affairs, SoftBank

Michael Moran, formerly lobbyist, Zurich Insurance Group; now in-house lobbyist, Credit Suisse

Kevin O’Hanlon, formerly in-house lobbyist, Entertainment Software Association; now director, federal government affairs, Samsung

Susie Perez Quinn, formerly chief of staff, Office of Senator Bill Nelson (D-FL); now director, government affairs, National Governors Association

Malcolm Richards, formerly deputy director, Republican Legislative Campaign Committee; now manager, state government relations, Association of Equipment Manufacturers

Sidney Smith, formerly regional director, Office of Senator Jim Risch (R-ID); now manager, government affairs, American Exploration & Mining Association

Justin Sok, formerly senior advisor, Office of Legislative Affairs, Treasury Department; now managing director, federal advocacy team, Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association

Charlene Wheeless, formerly principal vice president and manager, corporate affairs, Bechtel; now chair, Page Society Board of Trustees

Eric Wohlschlegel, formerly acting vice president, media and external communications, U.S. Chamber of Commerce; now director, communications, National Governors Association

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Caryn Seligman
Senior Director
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