Amy Dacey, who was chief of the Democratic National Committee, is no longer executive VP-issues management /PA and managing director of MWWPR's Washington outpost.
She joined MWWPR in 2017 after being ousted at the DNC before the 2016 presidential race in the wake of the WikiLeaks scandal and allegations that the organization showed favoritism toward the Hillary Clinton campaign at the expense of her then-rival Bernie Sanders.
Dacey took over for Paul Tencher at MWW. He left after a two-year stint and now is chief of staff for Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey.
Prior to the DNC, Dacey served as national political director at Keep America's Promise (John Kerry's political action committee), government relations director at the Service Employees International Union and executive director of Emily's List.
MWWPR CEO Michael Kempner told O'Dwyer's that the independent firm is conducting a search for Dacey's replacement. "We are currently in the process of speaking to several outstanding external and internal candidates, and we will be making a decision on our next Washington, D.C. leader soon," he said via email.