Liz Halloran, deputy communications director at the Human Rights Campaign, has joined Cornerstone Public Affairs.
During her more than five-year stint at the biggest LGBTQ advocacy group, Halloran handled communications management and outreach.
Earlier, Halloran spent six-plus years at National Public Radio, where she was its first online Washington national correspondent; served as a senior writer at US News & World Report, covering politics, media and the Supreme Court; and worked as a reporter for the Hartford Courant.
Halloran said she looks forward to helping Cornerstone clients "move the needle in terms of the perception of the public, the media, and legislative and regulatory bodies."
DC-based Cornerstone has more than 90 staffers.