Rasky Baerlein Names Tamasi to Lead D.C. Expansion
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Rasky Baerlein Names Tamasi to Lead D.C. Expansion

Rasky Baerlein Strategic Communications has hired David Tamasi as senior vice president to lead its Washington, D.C., office. Tamasi’s arrival signals the Boston-based firm’s commitment to increasing its presence in the nation’s capital.

Paul Holmes

BOSTON—Rasky Baerlein Strategic Communications has hired  David Tamasi as senior vice president to lead its Washington, D.C., office.  Tamasi’s arrival signals the Boston-based firm’s commitment to increasing its presence in the nation’s capital and expanding the scope of services offered to its clients. The D.C. office helps clients navigate the federal government policy landscape.

 

Tamasi comes to Rasky Baerlein from Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide, Washington, D.C., where he provided crisis communications, corporate reputation, issues management and litigation communications services to clients including DuPont, Mirant Corporation, the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security and the University of Chicago.

 

Prior to joining Ogilvy PR, Tamasi was a Washington, D.C. correspondent for the Lawrence Eagle-Tribune, covering national politics, Congress and the federal government. He began his career in the Office of the House Minority Leader in the Massachusetts legislature as a research analyst providing legislative and strategic counsel to Republican Members on all issues. 

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