Tiffany Haverly, who was at Finsbury Glover Hering, has joined the Internet Association as director of communications.
She has Capitol Hill experience gained from a stint as communications director for the Republicans on the House Energy & Commerce Committee. She dealt with issues surrounding data privacy, Section 230, 5G/spectrum and broadband accessibility.
Earlier, Haverly was communications director for the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee and a decade-long aide to Rep. Phil Roe of Tennessee.
She also is a former PA director for PhRMA.
K. Dane Snowden, IA CEO, called the recruitment of Haverly “a potent flourish to a savvy and strategic communication team.”
Haverly reports to Christina Martin, senior VP-global communications and PA.