August 22, 2007

Jano Cabrera Joins Burson-Marsteller DC Office as Managing Director

ImagesJano Cabrera has joined international public relations firm Burson-Marsteller (B-M) as a Managing Director in their Issues and Advocacy Practice and will be based in their DC office.

Cabrera is a former Communications Director at the Democratic National Committee, national spokesman for the 2004 presidential primary campaign of Joe Lieberman and deputy national spokesman for Vice President Al Gore from 1998-2002, working at the White House, on the 2000 presidential campaign, and for Gore's political action committee, Leadership '02, during the 2002 midterm elections.

A ten-year veteran of political communications, Cabrera will be responsible for "managing teams within the Issues and Advocacy Practice that help businesses raise issue awareness, advocate for change in the marketplace of ideas and manage the debate within the beltway," according to a B-M release. More recently Cabrera founded his own consulting firm, Carthage Communications, and in 2005 he worked with the National Democratic Institute in Baghdad in promoting the Iraqi Constitution. Cabrera was also previously the Communications Director for the Recording Industry Association of America. (PF tipster)

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