NARAL Pro-Choice America named Mini Timmaraju as the organization’s new president. Timmaraju most recently served as senior adviser to the director at the Office of Personnel Management in the Biden administration. She previously led diversity, equity and inclusion efforts at Comcast NBCUniversal.
Kevin Walsh joined Invariant as a director. Walsh most recently was a government affairs executive at IBM Corp. and previously served as a special assistant to former Sen. Claire McCaskillClaire Conner McCaskillBiden, lawmakers mourn Harry Reid Harry Reid, political pugilist and longtime Senate majority leader, dies On The Trail: Trump-inspired challengers target GOP governors MORE (D-Mo.).
K&L Gates hired Matthew Manning as a senior associate. Manning most recently served as legislative director for Rep. Jimmy PanettaJames Varni PanettaNational progressive group labels six lawmakers 'progressive in name only' in new report Lobbying world Capitol Police dominate lawmakers in Congressional Football Game MORE (D-Calif.) and previously was associate director of federal relations at the University of Iowa.
Franklin Square Group hired Jessica Martinez as a partner. Martinez most recently served as deputy chief of staff and legislative director for Rep. Marc VeaseyMarc Allison VeaseyLobbying world To fight voting restriction efforts in Texas, the Senate must pass voting rights bill Overnight Energy & Environment — Presented by Climate Power — Manchin: key energy provision of spending package 'makes no sense' MORE (D-Texas) and previously was a special adviser to the Federal Communications Commission.
Cisco Minthorn joined the Information Technology Industry Council as vice president for government affairs. Minthorn most recently was senior director of government relations and senior counsel at Intel Corp. and previously served as a senior adviser at the Commerce Department under former President ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaDemocrats make final plea for voting rights ahead of filibuster showdown Biden nominates Jane Hartley as ambassador to UK To boost economy and midterm outlook, Democrats must pass clean energy bill MORE.
The International Franchise Association promoted Mike Layman to senior vice president for government relations and public affairs. Layman joined the trade group in 2015 as vice president of government relations and previously served as legislative director for former Rep. Tim MurphyTim MurphyLobbying world Our approach to schizophrenia is failing Conor Lamb defeats Trump-backed challenger for reelection in Pennsylvania MORE (R-Pa.).