The Human Rights Campaign, the LGBTQ advocacy group, has hired Jennifer Fiore as senior VP of communications and marketing.
Most recently, she served as a senior advisor for communications and digital on Julián Castro’s presidential campaign.
Fiore previously worked as deputy assistant secretary for public affairs at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and was executive director of Campaign to Unload, which promotes disinvestment from the gun industry.
“Jennifer brings significant political and advocacy experience to this role, as well as a true passion for fighting for what is right,” said HRC President Alphonso David, “Her talent and vision will greatly enhance HRC’s ability to tell our story and show why our work remains more critical than ever.”
Olivia Alair Dalton, who was senior VP for communications & marketing at the Human Rights Campaign, exited last year to open Dalton Strategies in DC. She joined the civil rights group in 2015.