|John Kerry for President Inc. last
revised 04/07/06. note that there are significant gaps.
comments to action at gwu dot edu
On December 4, 2002, Sen. Kerry filed papers with the FEC establishing
John Kerry for President Inc., an exploratory committee. James M.
Jordan served as the campaign manager for the first eleven-plus months;
however, on November 10, 2003 Kerry announced that Mary Beth Cahill would
take over. previous>
Election edition (Kerry-Edwards)
(announced Nov. 10, 2003, replacing
Jim Jordan) Chief of staff to Sen. Edward Kennedy. Director
of the Office of Public Liaison at the White House, appointed Feb. 1999.
Executive director of EMILY's List and previously the organization's political
director. Cahill has managed a number of gubernatorial, U.S. Senate,
congressional, and other political campaigns. Served as director
of personnel and as director of the Washington, D.C., office of the Commonwealth
of Massachusetts under Gov. Michael Dukakis. Cahill has worked on
the staffs of Reps. Robert Drinan and Barney Frank. She received
her B.A. degree from Emmanuel College, 1976.
||Mary Beth Cahill
(announced May 28, 2003)
Recently served as chief of staff in the office of Rep. Peter Deutsch (D-FL).
In 2000 Jadotte was the Gore-Lieberman campaign's Florida state director.
During the Clinton administration he worked in the Department of Labor
in the Office of the Deputy Secretary and in Congressional and Intergovernmental
Affairs. In 1998 he served as political director on the MacKay-Dantzler
campaign for governor of Florida. In 1996 he was a regional director
on the Clinton-Gore re-election campaign in Florida. Jadotte was
special assistant to the late Gov. Lawton Chiles, and communications director
for the Florida AFL-CIO. He has worked in the Florida House of Representatives
and in the Agency for Health Care Administration.
|Deputy Campaign Manager
(Jan. 2004-after Gephardt withdrew)
Served as chief of staff and senior advisor on Rep. Dick Gephardt's campaign.
Chief of staff to Gephardt in the House Democratic Leader's office from
January 1997; deputy chief of staff to Gephardt from July 1992. He
earlier served as chief of staff to Rep. Dennis Eckart (D-OH) and deputy
chief of staff to Sen. Brock Adams (D-WA). Elmendorf worked on the
national field staff of Mondale for President. He is a 1982 graduate
of Trinity College in Hartford, CT; he majored in history.
|Deputy Campaign Manager
P O L I T I C A L
(started late Jan. 2003-served
through late Feb. 2004) Served as National Political Director of
the SEIU through January 2003. Previously at the DNC, where he directed
regional desks. Southeast Coordinator at the DCCC; Voter File Director
for the North Carolina Democratic Party. Worked as Admin. Assistant
to Rep. Vic Fazio (D-CA) and to Rep. Al Wynn (D-MD). Navarro earned
a B.A. in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland.
Manager of Communications and
Events for the California-based Pulsent Corporation. During the Clinton
Administration he worked in the U.S. Treasury Department, first as a Senior
Advisor on issues ranging from Social Security and Medicare to electronic
commerce, and then as Advisor to the Secretary and Director of Strategic
Planning, Scheduling and Advance; he also helped organize a number of international
events, including the Stability Pact Conference of the Sarajevo Summit
(July 1999), the NATO 50th Anniversary Summit (April 1999) and the Denver
Summit of the Eight; and served in the White House Special Projects Office.
He was an associate director for the 1996 Presidential Inaugural.
|Director of Ballot Access
and Delegate Operations
C O M M U N I C A T I
O N S
(announced Nov. 11, 2003)
Cutter was named as Communications Director for the 2004 Democratic National
Convention in July. Previously she served as Communications Director
for Senator Edward M. Kennedy. Cutter worked for President Clinton
as the Deputy Communications Director at the White House and as the Associate
Administrator for Communications at the U.S. EPA. Cutter has participated
in the press operation of the last three conventions -- Los Angeles, Chicago
and New York. Originally from Raynham, Massachusetts, Cutter is a graduate
of Georgetown University Law Center and Smith College in Northampton, MA.
Communications Director in Kerry's
Senate office. Served as national president of College Democrats
of America (and addressed the 1996 Democratic National Convention in Chicago).
Graduate of Brown University, 1997.
|Deputy Communications Director
Prior to joining the campaign
McCormick-Lelyveld worked as an Associate at The Harbour Group, LLC.
Previously she spent two years as a White House intern in the Office of
former First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton. Graduated from Georgetown
University in 2001 with a B.A. in psychology and English.
|Deputy Communications Director
(on leave from Sen. Nelson's
office; started on the campaign in November 2003 and left after the February
3 primaries) Communications director for Senator Ben Nelson (D-NE).
Deputy communications director at the DSCC in the 2000 cycle. Worked
for Sen. Kerry from 1993-97, including personal assistant/advance person
for Kerry in his Boston office from 1994-97 and advance on Kerry's 1996
campaign. Graduate of the University of New Hampshire in 1991 with
a B.A. in communication.
|Deputy Press Secretary
|Deputy Press Secretary
Deputy national spokesman for
the Gore-Lieberman campaign. Office Manager, Office of the Press
Secretary at the White House, 1998.
|Deputy Press Secretary
Executive Assistant - Press
Office: Adam Abrams
Press Advance (through mid-March
2004): Carrie James
(Nov. 2003) "On leave"
from position as vice president for politics, campaigns and strategy for
NARAL Pro-Choice America, where he started in May 2003. In the 2002
cycle Meehan was senior counselor/director of message development and polling
for the Democratic National Committee. Previously political director
to Sen. Tom Daschle. In 1996 he was press secretary for Sen. Kerry's
(July 2003) Cherny was
a candidate for the California 40th District Assembly seat in the March
2002 Democratic primary after serving as Senior Policy Advisor to Assembly
Speaker Robert Hertzberg from 1999 to 2001. Author of The Next Deal:
The Future of Public Life in the Information Age (Feb. 2001). 2000
Platform Director of the Democratic National Committee. Founding
Editor of Blueprint: Ideas for a New Century. Senior Speechwriter
and advisor to Vice President Al Gore; "the youngest White House Speechwriter
in all of American history." Graduate of Harvard College. Born
and raised in the San Fernando Valley.
|Director of Speechwriting
started as National Press Assistant.
Graduate of the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass., 2003
with a degree in political science; class valedictorian. Worked as
a press intern for Kerry in Spring 2001. From North Reading, Mass.
I N T E R N E T
The Internet Team started
with the hiring of Luis Miranda as Cyber Organizer in June 2003.
He converted the site from the re-election site to the campaign launch
which debuted in August
2003. Miranda was responsible for developing Flash animations, editing
"On The Road" videos and building out the team, as part of the broader
effort to build an online campaign.
Key early additions included
Morra Aarons as Director of Internet Communications, managing the initial
online email campaigns and fundraising efforts; Mike Nemec as an Internet
Team Member; and Sanford Dickert, who as the Chief Technology Officer managed
the relaunch of the website in early November 2003 and worked to build
the infrastructure to support the growth of the Kerry site for the start
of the primaries. And there was growth; for example the email list
grew from 30,000 at the start to more than 300,000 by Iowa.
At the start of December
2003, the campaign brought Josh Ross in as Director of Internet Strategy;
he spent a couple of months transitioning the team and gearing up for the
General Election. Ross brought a Silicon Valley professional quality
to the web operations, revamping the site in time for the Democratic Convention
and launching a set of
web organizing tools.
|Director of Internet Strategy
consulting in Oct. 2003; on staff start of Dec. 2003) Previously
worked as a technology executive in Silicon Valley. COO of V2 Group,
Vice President of USWeb Corp. and CEO of NetWORKERS.
(Started Sept. 15, 2003)
Director at Rawlings Atlantic Limited, a private equity consulting firm
based in London. He served as Vice President of Internet Products
for Interoute Telecommunications, one of Europe's leading telecommunications
service providers, and as the founding Chief Technology Officer for The
Hot Group, one of England's most successful online recruitment sites.
During the 2000 cycle he was the founding Director of Marketing for eGroups
(now Yahoo! Groups). He has also worked for Accenture, Cray Research
and IBM. Dickert holds a B.S. in Engineering from Purdue University
and a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.
|Chief Technology Officer
(Started June 2003) Consultant
for SEIU in Florida in 2002, running their political program to drive turnout.
In 2000 he worked on the Coordinated Campaign in Florida as Regional Field
Director for Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties and then worked on the recount.
Researcher for the DCCC, 1999-2000. Degree in Political Science from
Florida Atlantic University.
|Director of Internet Operations/Cyber
(Started Aug. 2003) Deputy
Fundraising Director for John Kerry for President, overseeing Internet
fundraising and online marketing. Before joing the campaign Aarons
was Head of Marketing and Public Relations for ebookers.com, Europe's number
one travel Web site and Senior Marketing Manager at iVillage UK.
During the 2000 cycle she served as New York based iVillage's Public Relations
and Public Affairs manager and worked on its "Election 2000" program.
Aarons holds a B.A. in Political Science from Brown University. (source:
IPDI Politics Online Conference 2004)
Aug. 2003) In his first posting, on Aug. 16, Bell wrote, "I'm Kerry
supporter from way back. I was on John Kerry's first Senate campaign in
1984, and have been involved with his efforts off and on for the past twenty
(the initial "web guy"; doing
most of the grunt web updating work as well as Flash) Came from the
Peace Corps. Nemec had no previous web experience, and when Ross
arrived he moved over to the Briefing Book group.
Coordinator and Director of Customer Service
volunteering for Kerry's leadership PAC, Citizen Soldier Fund, in August
2002; on campaign staff in Jan. 2003--answering incoming emails to email@example.com)
Prior to the campaign Patten had a long career as a sales, marketing and
communications executive for US and multinational companies including Citicorp,
Loral CyberStar, Iridium, LLC, WinStar Communications, Inc. and 14 years
with MCI Telecommunications. M.B.A. from Boston University.
B.S. degree from Ithaca College.
P O L I C Y
(joined the campaign in early
2003) Previosly senior counsel on the Senate Health, Education, Labor
and Pension Committee. Policy director for the DSCC. Deputy
Issues Director on Vice President Gore's 2000 campaign. Worked for
about five years in the Clinton White House first as Associate Director
for Health Policy at the Domestic Policy Council, and as Senior Health
Care Policy Advisor to the Vice President, and a Senior Policy Advisor
at the National Economic Council. Graduate of Harvard University.
Born and raised in Atlanta, GA.
(joined the campaign in April
2003) Deputy Legislative Director in Senator Kerry's office from
Jan.-April 2003, after serving as a Legislative Assistant responsible for
a variety of domestic policy issues starting in July 1999. Earned
a Masters of Public Policy from the George Washington University.
Worked at Communities In School, an education non-profit in Washington.
Graduate of the University of Rochester with a B.A. in Political Science.
|Deputy Policy Director
(joined the campaign in August
2003) B.A. in Government from Harvard College.
R E S E A R C H
Worked at the DSCC, 2001-2003.
Research Director in the Clinton White House, 1999 to Jan. 2001.
Worked with AFL-CIO Political Department/Labor '98 program, 1997-99. Research
Director for Citizen Action, 1995-97.
|Deputy Research Director
F I N A N C E
Kerry's Finance Director since
September 1997. Previously, Maroney served as Finance Director for
Rep. Joe Kennedy (D-MA) from 1992-97. Maroney started out under the
current Democratic Party Chairman, Terry McAuliffe, working for former
House Minority Leader Richard Gephardt as Deputy Finance Director in 1991.
He is a 1990 graduate of Rollins College with a B.A. in History and is
originally from Philadelphia.
|Director of Grassroots
Farmer gained fame as finance
director for Michael Dukakis' 1988 presidential campaign. Earlier
he raised money for John Anderson's independent campaign in 1980 and John
Glenn's 1984 campaign. In 1992 raised money for Bill Clinton's campaign
and he then gained the position of U.S. consul general to Bermuda.
Finance Chair: Louis B. Susman
(announced March 5, 2003)
Chicago-based vice chairman of Salomon Smith Barney Investment Banking;
he joined the firm in June 1989. Previously Susman was a senior partner
at the St. Louis-based law firm of Thompson & Mitchell. Susman
served as finance chairman for Bill Bradley's 2000 presidential campaign
and served in a senior capacity on Gephardt's 1988 campaign. He has
been a member of the DNC from Missouri for 12 years.
(Atlanta) Southern Finance Director:
Silicon Valley fundraising:
NJ finance chair:
Mark Gorenberg >
Deputy Southern Finance
Director: Adam Abrams
S C H E D U L I N G
A N D A D V A N C E
Prior to the campaign worked
as Congressman Boucher's (D-VA) press secretary in his congressional office
in Washington. Worked in Kerry's Senate office in Boston. Worked
in New York City for a number of years. Graduated from the University
of Wisconsin-Madison in 1998. Grew up in Rhinebeck, NY.
|Deputy Scheduling Director
Scheduling Desks: Amy Brundage
and Teri Krinvick
(started Aug. 2003) Prior
to joining the campaign Hale was working at consulting in Little Rock.
He handled event and media logistics for former President Bill Clinton,
2001-02. Hale was a lead advance staffer for Vice President Al Gore
during the 2000 campaign including overseeing the advance operation in
Iowa leading up to the caucuses. He worked on planning trips for
President Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, 1997-99.
Worked on Clinton/Gore '96 and the 1992 Clinton for President campaign.
Graduate of the University of Arkansas.
|Deputy Advance Director
Advance Desk: David Sandler
M O R E
Formerly worked in Kerry's Senate
office. Served as Kerry's driver; interned in Kerry's Senate office
in 2000. Moved to Massachusetts from Canada in 1998 (holds dual citizenship).
Graduate of the University of Western Ontario.
Native of rural North Carolina.
Served as Executive Director of the Palmetto Trust for Historic Preservation
in Columbia, SC starting in 1999. Master's degree from the University
of South Carolina; bachelor's degree from Furman University.
|Intern and Volunteer Coordinator
Alper joined the Dewey Square
Group as a principal in January 2001, establishing the firm's campaign
division. Worked on media planning and coordinated campaign strategies
at Squier/Knapp/Dunn during the 2000 cycle. Political Director at
the DNC for the 1998 cycle. Coordinated Campaign Director at the
DNC, 1994-96. Other campaign experience includes: Michigan State
Director for Clinton/Gore in 1992; Deputy Political Director at the DSCC;
Deputy Manager to Sen. Carl Levin (D-MI) in 1990; Coordinated Campaign
Manager to Wilder/Beyer/Terry in Virginia in 1989; Field Director in special
congressional elections for John Vinich and Jill Long in 1989; and several
positions for Dukakis for President in 1987-1988. Alper earned a
B.A. in Political Science/Philosophy from Boston College.
(hired by Kerry in April 2002)
Butler served as Chief Financial Officer for The Kerry Committee (Sen.
Kerry's 2002 Senate campaign), the Citizen Soldier Fund (Sen. Kerry's Leadership
PAC), and then for John Kerry for President through the contested primary
season. Formerly, he worked as an attorney with the Haight, Brown
& Bonesteel, LLP in Los Angeles. He worked for the Democratic
National Committee's national Coordinated Campaign effort in 2000 and on
the 1996 Clinton re-election campaign. He holds a B.A. in International
Studies from American University, 1994, and a J.D. from the University
of San Diego School of Law, 2000. Butler is a native of Columbus,
|Chief Financial Officer
Partner at Perkins
Coie. Also Counsel to the DSCC. Duke University School
of Law, J.D., with honors, and Duke University, M.A. in Political Science,
both 1993; Hamilton College, B.A. in Government and History, 1990.
||Mark E. Elias
M E D I A
Margolis is a senior partner
at GMMB. The firm began in 1983; it now has a staff of over 100 and
is a Fleishman-Hillard Company.
Bob Shrum collaborating
Shrum has produced political
advertising since 1985 and is chairman of Shrum, Devine & Donilon.
Has worked on numerous U.S. Senate, gubernatorial and mayoral
campaigns as well
as a number of campaign overseas. Before signing on with Kerry, he
advised Sen. John Edwards' New American Optimists in 2002. Senior
advisor to Vice President Al Gore's 2000 presidential campaign. Press Secretary
to Sen. Edward Kennedy, 1980-84, and served as Sen. Kennedy's principal
and after the 1980 presidential
campaign. Staff Director and Chief Counsel of the United States Senate
Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs. Principal speechwriter
to Sen. George McGovern in the 1972 Democratic campaign for President.
Graduate of Harvard Law School and Georgetown University. Grew up
S T R A T E G I S T S
/ A D V I S O R S
Michael J. Whouley
(Started with the Kerry
campaign in Nov. 2003 reviving Kerry's Iowa caucus effort). Partner
in the Dewey Square Group, which he founded in 1993. Chief political
strategist at the DNC during the 2000 general election. During the
2000 primaries oversaw strategy and field operations in Iowa and NH for
Gore 2000. National campaign manager for Vice President Gore in the
1996 re-election campaign. Director of the Office of Priority Placement
in the White House Office of Personnel during the Transition to the Clinton
Administration. National field director for Clinton/Gore '92; organized
Bill Clinton's win in the Florida straw poll in Dec. 1991. Kentucky
state director for the Dukakis campaign in Fall 1988. Worked on Joe
DeNucci's campaign for Massachusetts Auditor in 1986. Worked on Kerry's
1984 U.S. Senate campaign. Directed field operations on John Kerry's
successful 1982 campaign for Lt. Governor of Massachusetts. Ward
15 coordinator for Joseph Timilty's campaign for mayor of Boston in 1979.
Graduate of Boston College. Native of Dorchester.
Moore joined the Dewey Square
Group heading up its state and local affairs shop. She served as
chief operating officer at the DNC, responsible for the day-to-day running
of the party, after directing DNC chair Terry McAuliffe's transition in
the first part of 2001. Appointed as White House deputy director
of political affairs in Feb. 1997 she became director of public liaison
in May 1998 and finished as director of political affairs. In the
1996 cycle she served as national political director at the DNC.
In 1988 she was national deputy field director for Rev. Jesse Jackson's
campaign, Jackson's convention coordinator, and in the fall national deputy
field director for the Dukakis campaign. She also worked on Jackson's
1984 campaign. Moore is a native of Chicago.
(Senior advisor to the campaign
from July 2003; announced as Communcations Director on Oct. 27 2003; then
back to being senior advisor). Has worked at Harvard University's
Kennedy School of Government since June 2001. Served in the White
House as Senior Counselor and Trip Director to Vice President Al Gore.
During the first term of the Clinton Administration, Morehouse served in
a number of senior positions including Director of Strategic Planning in
the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP). Morehouse
is a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and started his career as a welder
and high-steel connector, member of Boilermakers Local 154.
A T I O N A L S T E E R I N G C O M M I T T E E
Narrowly lost campaign for U.S.
Senate in 2002. Elected Governor of New Hampshire in 1996 and re-elected
in 1998 and 2000. Elected to the New Hampshire State Senate in 1990
and served three two year terms. With Sue Casey Shaheen helped engineer
Sen. Gary Hart's win in the 1984 New Hampshire primary. Owned and
managed a small business. Taught high school in Mississippi and New
Hampshire. Master's degree in political science from the University
of Mississippi, 1973. Bachelor's degree in English from Shippensburg
University in Pennsylvania, 1969.
National Veterans Coordinator
Women for Kerry
Latino Steering Committee:
National Co-Chairs announced
Jan. 10, 2004
Former HUD Secretary and Former
Mayor of San Antonio Henry Cisneros - Texas
Former Small Business Administrator
Aida Alvarez - California
House Speaker Ben Lujan -
Los Angeles Councilman Antonio
Villaraigosa - California
National African American Steering Committee:
Co-Chairs announced Jan.
U.S. Representative Harold Ford, Jr. -
U.S. Representative Juanita Millender-McDonald
U.S. Representative Gregory Meeks - New
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia
Fields - New York
Joel Ferguson, Regent of Michigan State
University - Michigan
519 C Street,
NE, Washington, DC -- 197
Portland Street, 3rd Floor, Boston -- 101
West Grand Ave., Suite 200, Chicago --
1100 Spring Street, Suite 360, Atlanta --
3200 Travis St., 3rd Floor, Houston -- 6100 Wilshire
Blvd., Suite 225, Los Angeles -- 201
S. Biscayne Blvd, Suite 2700, Miami Center, Miami --
373 Park Avenue South, 9th Floor, New York --
50 Northfield Ave., West Orange, NJ
Primary and Caucus Headquarters:
1500 Locust Street, Des
195 McGregor St., Center
Entrance, Manchester, NH
1200 Main Street (corner
of Main & Gervais), Suite 1000, Columbia, SC
3806 N. 3rd Street, Suite
102, Phoenix, AZ
91 Lukens Dr., Suite A,
New Castle, DE
4092 Robert Ave., St. Louis,
MO and 204 W. Linwood Blvd., Kansas City, MO
301 Rio Grande Blvd. NW,
Suite A, Albuquerque, NM
3333 East Broadway, Bismarck,
ND and 1137 19th Ave. North, Suite 1206, Fargo, ND
26100 American Drive, Suite
200, Southfield, MI
316 Occidental South, Suite
400, Seattle, WA
3805 Cutshaw Avenue,
Suite 100, Richmond, VA
1130 8th Avenue South, Suite
137, Nashville, TN
125 West Mifflin St., Madison,
877 Main Street, Boise,
3400 West 2100 South, Salt
Lake City, UT
1844 Market Street, San
Francisco, CA and 6100 Wilshire #230A, Los Angeles, CA
99 Pratt Street, Suite 420,
1100 Spring St. Suite 700,
8100 Wayzata Blvd., St Louis
373 Park Avenue South, 9th
Floor, New York, NY
1480 Dublin Rd, Columbus,
249 Roosevelt Avenue,
Suite 202, Pawtucket, RI
|The campaign's website as
it looked on May 29, 2003--little changed from the re-election site.
||At the end of
August 2003 a redesign finally appeared.
||After early November
|Deputy Communications Director
Press Secretary in Kerry's Senate
|Deputy Communications Director
(Resigned Nov. 9, 2003)
During the 2002 cycle, Chidlow was Finance Director for Sen. Max Cleland’s
re-election campaign. In 2000 he served as National Finance Director
for Gov. Mel Carnahan's campaign for U.S. Senate. In the 1998 cycle,
he worked at the DSCC on labor outreach and on PAC and national fundraising
projects. From 1991 to 1994, he worked in various capacities as a fundraiser
for several Democratic House members including, Vic Fazio (CA), Sander
Levin (MI) and Dale Kildee (MI). He also worked as a consultant for
Association of Trial Lawyers of America in the 1996 cycle and as a director
of development for a regional non-profit health care charity.
|Deputy Finance Director
(Resigned Nov. 11, 2003)
Press Secretary for the DSCC, 2001-02; Communications Director for Debbie
Stabenow's U.S. Senate campaign, 1999-2000; Press Secretary to Sen. Max
Cleland, 1999; Communications Director for Fritz Hollings 1998 re-election
(Served as campaign manager
from the start until fired in Nov. 9, 2003) Executive Director of
the DSCC for the duration of the 2002 cycle [Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA),
chair]. Political Director at the DSCC, May 1999-Dec. 2000 [Sen.
Robert Torricelli (D-NJ), chair]. Communications Director for Sen.
John Kerry (D-MA), Jan.-May 1999. Spokesman for Democrats on the
House Judiciary Committee during the 1998 impeachment hearings of President
Clinton and for Democrats on the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee
during the 1997 campaign finance investigation. Communications Director
for Sen. Robert Torricelli (D-NJ) in 1997. Press Secretary for Tim
Johnson's (D-SD) successful campaign for U.S. Senate in 1996. Did
non-profit fundraising. Press Secretary to Rep. David Price (D-NC,4),
Jan. 1987-1988. Originally from North Carolina, Jordan earned his
B.A. from Hampden-Sydney College and his J.D. from University of North
Carolina law school (1986).
(Resigned Sept. 15, 2003)
Based in San Francisco, where he worked with Mark Fabiani. Lehane
served as press secretary for Al Gore's 2000 campaign (announced Oct. 27,
1999). He moved over to that campaign from his position as press
secretary for the Office of the Vice President, and previously served as
the Vice President's deputy communications director. Worked as a
special counsel for HUD Secretary Andrew Cuomo in 1997 and as special assistant
counsel for the President in 1995-96. Lehane is a native of Lawrence,
Mass. and is a graduate of Amherst College ('90).
|Senior Advisor for Communications
Has supported Kerry since his
first campaign in 1972. Associate vice president of government relations
at Boston College from May 1, 2002. Coordinated the Oct. 3, 2000
presidential debate at University of Massachusetts at Boston. Prior
to joining Boston College, Keady worked for many years at Northeastern
University, starting as director of city relations, and then as director
of governmental relations and community affairs, and finally as vice president
of government relations. Served as staff director to Boston City
Councilor Michael McCormack; and legislative aide to City Councilor James
M. Connolly. Graduate of University of Massachusetts at Boston with
a degree in political science.
Regional director for the 2002
South Carolina Coordinated Campaign (Low Country). Previously worked
for Verizon Wireless. Graduate of the College of Charleston, 1998.
|Intern and Volunteer Coordinator
See also Campaign
Organization-1st Quarter 2003 FEC report.
Key people in Kerry's Senate
office are chief of staff David McKean and legislative director George