Public Affairs Council Expands Expertise with New Digital and Advocacy Practice Manager
Washington, D.C. – The Public Affairs Council has hired Laura Brigandi as its new digital and advocacy practice manager.
In this role, Brigandi will manage all programs and member services related to the Council’s growing digital advocacy practice. Brigandi comes to the Council with a strong background in association advocacy. Previously, she worked for The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network where she orchestrated comprehensive advocacy campaigns and diversified grassroots strategies. Prior to that, Brigandi spent five years coordinating grassroots at the College of American Pathologists.
“We’re delighted to welcome Laura to the Council,” said Public Affairs Council President Doug Pinkham. “She has a reputation for being an innovator herself, and that will help our member companies and associations keep up with the latest strategies and technologies for digital campaigns.”
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Both nonpartisan and nonpolitical, the Public Affairs Council is the leading association for public affairs professionals worldwide. The Council’s mission is to advance the field of public affairs and to provide its 750 member companies and associations with the executive education and expertise they need to succeed while maintaining the highest ethical standards. Learn more.