Romney's Press Secretary to Join Glover Park
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Romney's Press Secretary to Join Glover Park

The Glover Park Group has named Kevin Madden, who has served as a senior communicator for presidential campaigns and prominent politicians, as senior vice president at the firm. Madden, will join Glover Park Group's public affairs division.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Glover Park Group has named Kevin Madden, who has served as a senior communicator for presidential campaigns and prominent politicians, as senior vice president at the firm. Madden, will join Glover Park Group's public affairs division, engaging immediately on a range of public policy challenges faced by the firm’s clients.

 

Madden most recently served as national press secretary and senior communications strategist for Governor Mitt Romney’s 2008 presidential campaign. He directed the communications efforts aimed at promoting Romney’s major speeches, policy initiatives and political events.

 

Prior to joining Romney’s campaign, Madden served as press secretary to House Majority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio), acting as the top communications strategist for the House of Representatives leadership office and charged with directing legislative action on a wide range of issues including financial services, energy, national security, legal reform, transportation and telecommunications policy among others.

 

Before his work aide on Capitol Hill, Madden was appointed deputy director of public affairs at the United States Department of Justice and was a campaign spokesperson for the Bush-Cheney 04 re-election effort.

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