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Hudson Institute Welcomes New Communications Director and Manager of Public Programming

Hudson Institute

WASHINGTON – Hudson Institute announces the additions of Julia Sibley as communications director and Sarah Russell as manager of public programming. In these roles, Sibley will lead media engagement and help formulate and execute Hudson’s communications strategy; Russell will lead on organizing Hudson’s extensive schedule of events. They join a public affairs team led by Vice President of Public Affairs Ann Marie Hauser:

“We are fortunate to have Julia and Sarah join our team,” Hauser said. “They are smart and savvy professionals who have worked at the highest levels of government and the non-profit, think tank sector and will bring their hard-earned experience to further Hudson’s mission for a free, secure, and prosperous future.”

Julia Sibley joins Hudson from the International Republican Institute (IRI) where she was the deputy director of communications and helped lead the expansion of IRI’s strategic messaging, press coverage and thought leadership. She has worked in the non-profit and think tank sector for organizations in New York, Doha and London, and holds an M.A. in History from the University of St. Andrews.

Sarah Russell joins Hudson from the White House where she served President Donald J. Trump in the Office of Presidential Advance and later in the Office of the Senior Counselor. Sarah received her BA in Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy from James Madison College at Michigan State University.

Press queries may be referred directly to Julia Sibley at [email protected] or to [email protected]

For information on Hudson events, contact Sarah Russell at [email protected]