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Former Treasury Official Davis Joins Brunswick

Michele Davis, former assistant secretary of the Treasury for public affairs and director of policy planning, has joined the Brunswick Group 's Washington, D.C., office as partner.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Michele Davis, former assistant secretary of the Treasury for public affairs and director of policy planning, has joined the Brunswick Group 's Washington, D.C., office as partner. In addition, Julie Andreeff Jensen, who most recently served as Pennsylvania's get-out-the-vote director for the Presidential campaign of Barack Obama, has joined the firm as director.

 

Davis has served in several vital roles in government. She was appointed as assistant secretary of the Treasury for public affairs in 2001 and in 2005 as deputy assistant to the President and deputy national security advisor for communications. At Treasury, she served as a top advisor to Secretary Henry Paulson as he formulated his policy agenda that included reforming the financial regulatory system and corporate tax structure, strengthening the economic relationship with China, and advancing open trade and investment policies.

 

She began her government career in 1994 working for the leadership of the House of Representatives as an economist on the Joint Economic Committee. From 1995 to 2000, she served as press secretary and communications director in the Office of the Majority Leader.

 

As Get-Out-the-Vote Director of Pennsylvania for the Obama/Biden campaign, Andreeff Jensen helped the Democratic candidates carry the battleground state by 11 points. Before joining the Obama campaign, she served as deputy political director, national field director and Iowa state director for Senator Chris Dodd's presidential campaign. In 2004, Julie assisted in the Democratic nomination and campaign of John Kerry.

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