Brunswick Hires Cliinton White House Veteran Seldin
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Brunswick Hires Cliinton White House Veteran Seldin

Brunswick Group has hired David Seldin, who served in the White House press office during the Clinton Administration, as director. Seldin also served as communications director for Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore.)

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Brunswick Group has hired David Seldin, who served in the White House press office during the Clinton Administration, as director. Seldin also served as communications director for Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), as well as director of corporate communications for Blue Shield of California. He will be based in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office and will focus on public affairs and crisis communications for domestic and global clients.

               

At Blue Shield of California, Seldin directed strategic planning and handled communications surrounding a broad range of crisis and litigation situations, as well as managing the company’s public affairs efforts in support of universal health care and its ongoing product publicity and corporate positioning. In Wyden’s office, he managed communications on issues including energy, the environment, health care, transportation and technology. 

 

Seldin also served as a press aide on President Clinton’s White House staff, and as senior communications strategist on successful statewide campaigns in Michigan and Maryland.

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