Exec VP Kelly Cole Exiting NAB

July 13, 2015

Kelly Cole, executive VP of government relations for the National Association of Broadcasters, is leaving next month after almost nine years at the trade association. She will be hanging out her own shingle. "I’m planning to start my own lobbying practice, be my own boss, and represent clients before the House and Senate," she said in an email to NAB board members Friday announcing her departure.


Read more at: http://www.broadcastingcable.com/news/washington/exec-vp-kelly-cole-exiting-nab/142453 

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