Former Senate Foreign Relations Staffer Joins Firm’s Bipartisan Government Relations Team
November 2, 2016 (WASHINGTON) – Rasky Baerlein Strategic Communications (RBSC) announced today that Brittany Beaulieu will join the firm’s bipartisan government relations team in Washington as a vice president. Prior to joining Rasky Baerlein, Beaulieu served on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for Ranking member Ben Cardin (D-MD). She previously worked for former Sen. Max Baucus (D-MT), current Ambassador to China.
“Brittany’s deep understanding of global issues will have an immediate benefit for our clients and be invaluable to multinational companies seeking to navigate Washington,” said Larry Rasky, Chairman and CEO, Rasky Baerlein.
About Rasky Baerlein Strategic Communications
Successful Washington advocacy in today’s rapidly changing world requires well-connected, seasoned strategists and operatives who possess superb judgment and intuitively understand how to resolve difficult challenges, leverage opportunities and offer strategic counsel during critical moments. Rasky Baerlein is a nationally recognized public relations and bipartisan government relations firm with more than two decades of experience providing exceptional client service to organizations that operate at the intersection of business, politics and media. With offices in Boston and Washington, the firm develops and executes integrated communications and public affairs programs that are agile enough to navigate an unpredictable political landscape and deliver results.
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Brittany is a vice president at Rasky Baerlein providing strategic counsel to the firm’s multinational clients on the increasingly complex geopolitical environment. Interfacing with influencers throughout government and at multilateral organizations, she develops strategies for the firm’s diverse clientele to address international and domestic regulatory and legislative issues. Her work also helps clients seize on the opportunities created by governmental agencies, NGOs, or multilateral development banks seeking to accelerate investment abroad.
Previously, Brittany served on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for Ranking Member Benjamin Cardin focused on Europe, Eurasia and Central Asia, where she worked on the Ukraine Freedom Support Act and legislation to address international parental child abduction and global health. From 2011-2013, she served on the foreign policy staff of Senate Finance Committee Chairman Senator Max Baucus, current U.S. Ambassador to China. Prior to that, Brittany spent seven years in the private sector working domestically and internationally for companies including Microsoft, Intel, and SARMA Aerospace.
Brittany holds a master’s in international studies from the Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington and a bachelor’s degree in international business and French from the University of Montana.