Who’s Who… Where

21 Mar, 2017


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

Tiffany Adams, formerly vice president, public affairs, National Association of Manufacturers; now senior vice president, public affairs, Forbes Tate Partners

Kevin Cameron, formerly political director, Rep. John Larson (D-Conn.); now PAC director, National Multifamily Housing Council

Tom Clees, formerly senior policy adviser and counsel, Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI); now vice president, public policy, Recording Industry Association of America

Elizabeth DeMeyere, formerly advocacy manager, AALU; now grassroots engagement manager, Prison Fellowship

Jason Eberstein, formerly director, state and federal government affairs, National Automatic Merchandising Association; now director of government relations, Enviva

Adam Elias, formerly chief of staff, Rep. Bill Foster (D-IL); now head of federal government relations, Barclays

Brian Flaherty, formerly senior vice president of public policy, Connecticut Business and Industry Association; now executive vice president, Sullivan & LeShane, Inc.

Dean Garfield, formerly CEO, Information Technology Industry Council; now head global public policy, Netflix

Jennifer Humphrey, formerly legislative assistant, Sen. John Boozman (R-Ark); now director of government affairs, Cox Enterprises

Julie Tarallo, formerly communications director, Sen. John McCain; now communications manager, Google

Shane Warren, formerly chief international trade counsel, Senate Finance Committee; now federal and international government relations manager, Dupont

Nu Wexler, formerly policy communications manager, Facebook; now communications manager, Google


November Who’s Who

Saat Alety, formerly legislative assistant, Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.); now director of federal government and regulatory affairs, Allstate

Sean Bartlett, formerly senior adviser on the Democratic staff, Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee; now senior communications manager, Cisco

Mike Boyd, formerly consultant, Hillbrook Strategies; now vice president for government affairs and policy, Gilead

Phil Giles, formerly PAC & advocacy manager, MassMutual; now vice president, PAC, American Bankers Association

Connor Hamburg, formerly manager of public policy and regulatory affairs, National Corn Growers Association; now director of government affairs, Renewable Fuels Association

Gerald “Chip” Kunde, formerly vice president, government relations, Sysco; now senior vice president of government & institutional affairs, North America, Ferrero

Chris Leahy, formerly vice president, government relations and public policy, Bayer; as vice president, national government relations and regulatory affairs, Intuit

Sarah Mamula, formerly senior director, Global Women’s Innovation Network; now assistant vice president of public affairs, Bank Policy Institute

Katie McBreen, formerly vice president, communications & public affairs and counselor to the President & CEO, National Retail Federation; now vice president, communications & research, Grocery Manufacturers Association

Mark Pratt, formerly senior vice president, state affairs, America’s Health Insurance Plans; now senior vice president, public affairs, CAQH

Patricia Rojas-Ungar, formerly vice president of public affairs, U.S. Travel Association; now vice president of government affairs, Outdoor Industry Association

Mary Schapiro, formerly 29th chair of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission; now vice chair for global public policy and special advisor to the founder and chairman, Bloomberg L.P.

Meghan Sullivan, formerly associate vice president for legislative affairs, Mortgage Bankers Association; senior vice president for federal government relations, Wells Fargo

Chris Swonger, formerly senior vice president, global government relations, Smiths Group; now CEO, Distilled Spirits Council

Mike Telliga, formerly chief of staff to Rep. John Moolenaar (R-Mich.); now senior principal for federal affairs, Amway

Hannah Truslow, formerly personal fundraising coach, Network for Good; now director of political fundraising development, Credit Union National Association

Mitria Wilson, formerly senior counsel, House of Financial Services Committee; now senior director of advocacy and counsel, Credit Union National Association

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Caryn Seligman
Senior Director
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