Eric Feldman, who headed federal and international affairs at Airbnb, has signed on at General Motors as executive director of federal affairs. He will take the post on June 26.
As the automaker’s senior Democratic lobbyist, Feldman will pair with his Republican counterpart Hollyn Schuemann to engage with Congress and federal government officials.
Schuemann worked for Louisiana Congressman & House Commerce and Energy chair Billy Tauzin.
Feldman was chief of staff for Michigan Senator Gary Peters and held the same post when he served in the House. He also did a stint as deputy research director for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
Peters is active in emerging auto technology sector issues such as autonomous driving and cybersecurity.