Darren Goode, senior energy and environmental reporter for Politico, is moving to the PR side with the ClearPath Foundation, the newly minted Super PAC of conservative entrepreneur Jay Faison.
Goode will serve as communications director of ClearPath, which aims to foster a "conservative clearn energy agenda."
He was previously an environmental writer for The Hill and covered energy, environment and transportation for the National Journal. He was a also a reporter and editor for Inside Washington Publishers.
ClearPath founder Faison created audio-visual technology company SnapAV and sold his majority stake, worth about $175M, to create the foundation. On the PR front, the group has worked with Strategic Action Public Affairs, the firm of former George W. Bush aide and US Travel Association SVP Blaine Rethmeier.