Senate VeteranPeterson-Clark Joins APCO
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Senate VeteranPeterson-Clark Joins APCO

Alicia Peterson Clark, former chief of staff for Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.), is joining APCO Worldwide as a vice president and senior advisor in the Washington, D.C., office.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Alicia Peterson Clark, former chief of staff for Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.), is joining APCO Worldwide as a vice president and senior advisor in the Washington, D.C., office. Peterson Clark brings more than 14 years of public affairs expertise to the firm, mixing experience in the executive and legislative branches with presidential and congressional campaign experience,.

 

Peterson Clark started with Sen. Burr when he was in the House of Representatives and after serving as chief of staff in the House, worked with the Bush-Cheney campaign during the 2000 presidential race and in the White House during the first George W. Bush term before returning to start Burr’s U.S. Senate operation as his chief of staff in 2005.

 

While serving as chief of staff for Sen. Burr, Peterson Clark provided daily strategic counsel on the implication of current events, public policy, legislation, communication, planning and political issues. She led work on a wide variety of issues including energy, bioterrorism, health care, education, national parks, veterans, appropriations, national security and economic development.

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