Reynolds, Obama White House Veteran, Joins Glover Park
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Reynolds, Obama White House Veteran, Joins Glover Park

Christina Reynolds, former special assistant to the President and White House director of media affairs, is joining The Glover Park Group as a managing director in the firm’s public affairs practice.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Christina Reynolds, former special assistant to the President and White House director of media affairs, is joining The Glover Park Group as a managing director in the firm’s public affairs practice.

 

Reynolds joined the Obama administration in January 2009 after serving as the director of rapid response on the Obama for America campaign. In both positions she played an integral role in the message architecture being promoted by the White House and the campaign, respectively.

 

Prior to joining the Obama campaign, Reynolds was the deputy campaign manager for Progressive Media USA, a non-profit focused on messaging and research for independent progressive groups. She was also the research director for Senator John Edwards’ 2004 presidential bid, and added the title of senior communications advisor for his 2008 campaign.

 

Earlier, Reynolds served as research director for Senator Tim Johnson’s 2002 campaign and as communications director for Senator Tom Daschle’s 2004 re-election bid before she joined the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

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