Posted January 13, 2015
Josh Dorner to help lead coalition effort around upcoming Affordable Care Act Supreme Court case
January 13, 2015 (WASHINGTON)—SKDKnickerbocker, the nation’s leading strategic communications and political consulting firm, today announced two new hires to its Strategic Communications practice: Josh Dorner and Sabrina Singh.
Josh Dorner joins the firm as a Vice President to help lead communications efforts on behalf of SKDK’s advocacy, non-profit and corporate clients. One of Josh’s first projects will be working with a coordinated effort to publicize the stakes involved in the Supreme Court’s decision in King v. Burwell, which, according to several reports, could endanger the health insurance coverage of between 8 and 10 million Americans and could result in dramatic increases in health insurance premiums for millions of others. He most recently served as the Communications Director to Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow and the Senate Agriculture Committee. Prior to working on Capitol Hill, Josh led communications and strategy for several national advocacy organizations, including the Center for American Progress and CAP Action, the Sierra Club, and the Clean Energy Works Campaign.
Sabrina Singh joins SKDK as a Senior Associate from the Democratic Governors Association (DGA) where she served as the Deputy Communications Director. Before the DGA, Singh was the Communications Director for Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky and Deputy Press Secretary at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
“We’re very excited to add Josh and Sabrina to our already world-class Strategic Communications team. Josh Dorner brings years of high-level communications experience and will be a tremendous asset to our efforts in communicating the stakes of the Supreme Court’s upcoming decision on the Affordable Care Act,” said SKDK Managing Director Hilary Rosen. “Sabrina Singh has valuable communications experience on both Capitol Hill and in campaigns across the country. She offers a unique skillset to our clients that will ensure they can successfully get out their message.”
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