DDCA Hires Jason Linde as Vice President Adds Political, Hill, and International Expertise to Growing Campaign Services Team
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md., Oct. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- DDC Advocacy (DDCA), the leader in issue advocacy, today announced the hiring of Jason Linde, Vice President of Campaign Services. In this position, Jason will build upon his more than 15 years of public affairs experience and work directly with clients to consult, advise, and develop comprehensive advocacy strategies and initiatives.
"Our clients count on us to build and execute winning campaign strategies. Leveraging Jason's insights as a former Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor to several Members of Congress, and his extensive political and corporate campaign management experience will prove invaluable in our efforts on their behalf. His international experience will also add to that growing aspect of our business."
Earlier this year, as an Adjunct Professor at the Graduate School of Political Management at George Washington University, Jason traveled to Cairo, Egypt, where he taught courses on campaign organization, budget, and planning to 80 Egyptian political party activists prior to the country's Presidential election.
Linde was honored as a "Rising Star in Politics" by Campaigns and Elections Magazine. He is a Phi Beta Kappa Graduate of Syracuse University and received his Masters in Political Management from the George Washington University.
DDC Advocacy was established in 1996 to design, implement, and manage advocacy campaigns utilizing cutting-edge technology. Today DDC Advocacy offers strategy, campaign management, social media, and Internet technology to its corporate, association, and non-profit clients to impact the views and actions of public officials, consumers, and corporate audiences. DDC Advocacy's clients include many of the Fortune 500, major trade associations, and non-profit organizations, all of which count on DDC Advocacy to engage and guide communities of advocates to impact policy and win public debates.
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