Washington, DC (January 8, 2015) – The Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC), the nation’s only grassroots organization of Jewish Republicans, announced the hiring of Mark McNulty as Communications Director.
Mark brings to the RJC communications and political experience that he acquired during the past two election cycles on a multitude of campaigns, serving most recently as Communications Director for Tom Foley for Governor in Connecticut. Before that, Mark was Deputy Campaign Manager for a congressional race in Alabama and worked on the Romney and Perry Presidential campaigns in 2012.
Bringing Mark on board underscores the RJC’s commitment to have a major impact on the 2015 legislative cycle and 2016 election.
McNulty said, “I am very excited to be joining the RJC at such a critical time. With a new Republican majority in Congress and a Presidential election two years away it is more important than ever to effectively advocate the RJC’s positions on critical issues – most importantly a strong national defense and unwavering support for our ally Israel.”
RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks said, “As a seasoned campaign communications professional Mark brings tremendous experience to the RJC and will be able to help us build on our success during the next Congress and Presidential electoral season.”
Born and raised in the Boston area, Mark graduated from Colby College in Waterville, Maine with a degree in Government.