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“Job Tracker” is a roundup of the latest job changes in the lobbying world, from turns of the revolving door to moves between firms. Send information about new hires by e-mail to [email protected] or by fax to Influence at (202) 457-0718.

Name From To Notes
Ian Butterfield Butterfield Carter and Associates (not leaving) The Livingston Group Former Westinghouse Electric lobbyist and Capitol Hill staffer will also be affiliated with the Livingston Group’s defense, energy, and international relations practices.
Cindy Gillespie Former Gov. Mitt Romney (R-Mass.) McKenna Long & Aldridge Former adviser and senior aide now handling health care and homeland security issues.
Thomas Novelli Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) Medical Device Manufacturers Association Association’s new director of federal affairs worked for Grassley on the Senate Finance Committee.
Sean O’Hollaren White House Honeywell Former deputy assistant to the president for legislative affairs returns to headthe lobbying shop of his former employer.
Chris Ott Kilpatrick Stockton King & Spalding Former director of Kilpatrick Stockton’s public policy practices joins the firm’s government advocacy and public policy group.
Rosario Palmieri National Association of Manufacturers National Association of Manufacturers Promoted to vice president of infrastructure, legal, and regulatory policy.
Robin Raphel Inspector general for Iraq reconstruction Cassidy & Associates 30-year veteran of the State Department, Raphel is now the leader of Cassidy & Associates’ new international affairs and trade practice.
Stacy Stordahl Senate Special Committee on Aging Heather Podesta & Partners Former senior policy adviser to committee will work on Medicare, Medicaid,and prescription drug issues for firm’s health care practice.
Martin Van Valkenburg Jr. Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (R-Mich.) Capitol Affairs Former chief of staff for Michigan representative joins government relations practice.

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