Former CIA Public Affairs Chief Joins APCO
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Former CIA Public Affairs Chief Joins APCO

Jennifer Millerwise Dyck, former director of public affairs for the Central Intelligence Agency and earlier deputy communications director for Bush-Cheney 04, is joining APCO Worldwide as a vice president.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Jennifer Millerwise Dyck, former director of public affairs for the Central Intelligence Agency and earlier deputy communications director for Bush-Cheney 04, is joining APCO Worldwide as a vice president. Dyck will work on government relations, international positioning, coalition building, media relations and issue management. At the CIA, Dyck focused on media and strategic communication, but also oversaw internal communication, speechwriting, agency publications, the CIA’s public website and intranet, and liaison work with the publication and film industries. Dyck initiated the agency’s first coordinated corporate branding strategy. As deputy communications director for Bush-Cheney 04, she managed regional press operations covering 17 target states. Previously, Dyck served as Vice President Dick Cheney’s principal spokesman and during the first 10 months of the Bush administration was White House assistant press secretary.
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