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Capstone welcomes Maggie Moore to DC team
17 Jan 2014

Capstone welcomes Maggie Moore to DC team

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MILWAUKEE – Capstone National Partners, a full service public affairs firm with offices in Washington, D.C and Milwaukee is excited to announce the addition of Maggie Moore to the DC strategic advisor team.

“We are excited to bring Maggie aboard as we continue to grow. Her background is right at the intersection of communications and public affairs, which is exactly what Capstone does,” said Alan MacLeod, Capstone partner and D.C. Office Director.

MaggieHeadshotMoore will graduate from George Washington University this spring with a B.A. in political science and communications. Prior to joining CNP, Maggie spent the last year working on legislative issues in early childhood education, mental health, and higher education at a government relations and public affairs firm.

While an undergraduate, Maggie worked in the US House of Representatives and was a media consultant during the 2012 election cycle. Maggie brings experience in grassroots organizing, direct mail, and TV advertising for political campaigns.

Maggie is a member of Delta Gamma Fraternity and an active volunteer at the Prevention of Blindness Society of Metropolitan Washington. You can reach Maggie at mmoore@capstonenp.com.

 

Capstone Public Affairs is a full-service public affairs firm with offices in Washington, D.C and Milwaukee, WI, with more than 20 years of experience developing effective ways to tell their clients stories. Specialties include social media, crisis communication, advocacy campaigns and government relations.

For more information about Capstone, please visit capstonenationalpartners.com and connect with us on TwitterFacebook and LinkedIn.

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