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Forbes Tate Partners announced that Stacey Rolland has joined the firm as a senior vice president in the government affairs practice. She previously was a senior director at Capital One and before that was chief of staff and senior adviser at the Treasury Department's Office of Tax Policy during the Obama administration. She also worked as senior policy adviser to Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiOn The Money: Justice Department says Trump's tax returns should be released | Democrats fall short of votes for extending eviction ban House adjourns for recess without passing bill to extend federal eviction ban Photos of the Week: Olympic sabre semi-finals, COVID-19 vigil and a loris MORE (D-Calif.).

Jenn Ridder, former Biden for President national states director, joined Precision Strategies as a managing director in the firm’s mobilization and campaign management practice. She previously managed ex-Montana Gov. Steve BullockSteve Bullock65 former governors, mayors back bipartisan infrastructure deal Arkansas, New Jersey governors to head National Governors Association Biden 'allies' painting him into a corner MORE’s (D) 2020 presidential campaign and Colorado Gov. Jared PolisJared Schutz PolisFormer Colorado Gov. Richard Lamm dead at 85 Colorado legislature approves measure to ban styrofoam, add fee to single use products Colorado to offer ,000 scholarships for young people to get vaccinated MORE’s (D) 2018 gubernatorial campaign.

Cinnamon Rogers was named head of global government affairs at DocuSign. She previously was executive vice president of public advocacy at CompTIA and before that was senior vice president of government affairs at the Telecommunications Industry Association.


Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies named Tristan Breaux, former legislative director for ex-Rep. Joe CunninghamJoseph Cunningham'Blue wave' Democrats eye comebacks after losing reelection Top cyber Pentagon official overseeing defense contractor project placed on leave Joe Cunningham to enter race for South Carolina governor MORE (D-S.C.), a principal. Breaux worked for Cunningham for one year and before that was director of policy at the National Housing Conference.

Klein/Johnson Group hired Ian Rayder, Colorado's former deputy secretary of state, as the firm's fourth principal. Rayder previously was director of federal affairs at Denver International Airport and before that was director of government affairs at Cisco and deputy chief of staff to Rep. Debbie Wasserman SchultzDeborah (Debbie) Wasserman SchultzBiden: Families of victims of Surfside building collapse 'realistic' about rescue Biden intends to pick up costs to county, state in Florida building recovery efforts At least 99 people unaccounted for after deadly Miami-area building collapse MORE (D-Fla.).

GrayRobinson hired Elizabeth Blair Hancock as a federal legislative consultant. She previously worked in the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Relations during the Trump administration.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce hired Latricia Boone as vice president to help lead the Equality of Opportunity Initiative, which works to close race-based opportunity gaps in areas like employment and entrepreneurship. Boone previously was a senior director at Leadership for Educational Equity and before that was director of congressional advocacy at the National Urban League.

The Telecommunications Industry Association promoted Colin Andrews to senior director of government affairs. Andrews had been director of government affairs since July 2019 and was policy counsel starting in May 2018. Before that, he was a director at the National Federation of Community Broadcasters.