Client advocate and communications expert Kenny Ames was recently featured in the National Journal for joining Red Banyan, a top public relations firm with offices in Washington, D.C. and Florida. Featured prominently in National Journal’s Carousel of Capital People under the title Consulting on June 8, 2017, the article profiles Ames’ career trajectory and experience:
“Kenny Ames moves to Red Banyan. Kenny Ames has parlayed his nearly 20 years of combined public- and private-sector experience into a position with PR firm Red Banyan, where he will serve as director of client relations in the firms’ D.C. office. Ames joined Red Banyan from Fireside21, where he served five years as director of business development. Prior to joining Fireside21, Ames spent five years as the director of client relationships at CQ Roll Call. He also spent more than seven years on Capitol Hill, serving as special assistant to Rep. Steny Hoyer and legislative assistant to former Rep. Barney Frank.”
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Click here for the press release from Red Banyan announcing Ames’ hiring.