January 14, 2013

EXCLUSIVE: Resources Committee Flack Feldman heads to work for Gov. McCrory

Crystal Feldman, the press secretary for the House Resources Committee under chairman Rep. Doc Hastings (R-WA), has been named press secretary for newly inaugurated Gov. Pat McCrory (R-NC).  Her first day is Jan. 21.  Crystal Feldman

Feldman has served at the committee since Feb. 2011.  She previously was a spokesperson for the California Republican Party in 2010, Communications Director for Sue Lowden for U.S. Senate in Nevada, an account manager for the DCI Group, an associate at Sulgrave Partners and she got her start as a research analyst at the RNC in 2008.

Feldman is a graduate of Georgetown University.  (PF reporting)

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