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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
James Assey Jr. Senate Commerce Committee National Cable and Telecommunications Association Former lead counsel to committee Democrats succeeds David Krone as executive vice president of the trade association. The hire follows the NCTA’s pickup of another Democrat, Rita Lewis, as its vice president of government relations.
Luis Campillo Sen. Jack Reed (D-R.I.) Mickey Ibarra & Associates Former staffer in Jack Reed’s office joins Latino lobbying firm.
Philip Day City College of San Francisco National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators Day joins as chief executive officer of the student aid professional advocacy organization.
Callie Fuselier Patton Boggs Breaux-Lott Leadership Group Former public policy adviser at Patton Boggs follows boss, ex-Sen. John Breaux (D-La.), to new lobby shop.
Matthew Gerson Universal Music Group Universal Music Group Washington lobbyist for the record company is promoted to executive vice president for public policy and government affairs in Universal’s Washington office.
Thomas Locke Thomas B. Locke & Associates BGR Holding Former acting assistant director at the FBI joins rebranded firm as managing director.
Claudia Schlosberg Blank Rome American Society of Consultant Pharmacists Former Health and Human Services official during the Clinton administration joins group as director of policy and advocacy.
Ron Thomas Department of Veterans Affairs Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough Bush administration appointee and former South Carolina Republican Party political director returns to his old firm as special counsel in its Washington office.

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