Business Roundtable President John Engler announced that Jessica Boulanger has been named Senior Vice President of Communications. Boulanger joined the Roundtable in October 2012 as Vice President of Communications.
In her new role, Boulanger will lead all of the Business Roundtable communications strategy, including directing the association’s media relations, digital outreach, advertising and member communications efforts.
Since joining Business Roundtable, Boulanger has been integral in advancing the Roundtable’s campaign for comprehensive tax reform, has positioned the Roundtable as a leader on immigration reform, and led communications for workforce and education issues at the state and national levels. She has also shaped the association’s digital media strategy and oversaw the redesign of its website.
Before joining Business Roundtable, Boulanger served for four years as vice president at New Media Strategies, a Washington, DC-based online marketing firm, where she worked to integrate digital strategy into public affairs campaigns for some of the nation’s leading industries. Prior to that, Boulanger worked on Capitol Hill for House Republican leaders, including four years as press secretary to then-House Majority Whip, now Senator, Roy Blunt (R-MO) and stints in the press shops of then-Conference Chairman Deborah Pryce (R-OH) and Majority Whip Tom DeLay (R-TX).
Her experience also includes communications director for the National Republican Congressional Committee, a regional press secretary for the Republican National Committee, and head of communications for Progress for America. Earlier in her career, Boulanger worked at Prism Public Affairs and Robinson, Lerer & Montgomery in New York City. Boulanger earned a bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University. (PF tipster)