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WASHINGTON-CUNA Public and Congressional Affairs Manager Jennifer Porter Gore will be leaving the trade organization to assume a new post in the House Financial Services Committee. Gore’s last day at CUNA was August 9 and she will begin August 12 as press secretary in the minority press office of the committee. “My experience at CUNA has been a rewarding one. It has been a pleasure to interact with wonderful, hardworking people who are truly dedicated to the credit union movement. I’m glad that my future endeavor will enable me to work with them in another capacity,” said Gore. “Through her work here, she developed a strong interest in Capitol Hill …We wish her all the best in her new position,” CUNA Senior Vice President of Communications Mark Wolff commented. Gore served as a liaison between CUNA’s government affairs and communications divisions. Wolff pointed to her work in raising the visibility of CUNA and credit unions with federal lawmakers and aiding the leagues in leveraging the press for local events. “It helps to have another person on the Hill who knows and understands credit unions,” he added. Amy Simmons is leaving the House Financial Services Committee minority press office for a job as director of Communications/Public Affairs for the National Association of Community Health Centers starting September 1.

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