Shuwanza Rebecca Goff, deputy assistant to the president and liaison to Congress, will join Cornerstone Government Affairs on March 3.
She has handled outreach to the House of Representatives on issues such as infrastructure, COVID-19, gun violence, semiconductor manufacturing, and the confirmation of Supreme Court justice Ketanji Brown Jackson.
Prior to joining the White House, Goff was director of legislative operations in the office of Majority Leader Steny Hoyer of Maryland and became the first Black woman to serve as floor director for the House of Representatives.
Cornerstone president & managing director Geoff Gonella said Goff enjoys a stellar reputation among both Democrats and Republicans,
“Her knowledge of floor procedure and the politics between the executive and legislative branches is unmatched,” he said.
Cornerstone has more than 140 professionals in 14 offices across the US.
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