01.11.15

Senator David Perdue Announces Senate Staff to Serve People of Georgia

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator David Perdue (R-GA) today announced the appointments of his staff in the United States Senate:

“Georgians sent me to Washington to tackle our nation’s toughest issues, and they can be confident that we’ve selected a strong team to serve our constituents and help me get our country back on track,” said Senator Perdue. “This team shares my sense of urgency to make a difference and fight for a brighter future for all Georgians and all Americans.”

Washington Staff:
Derrick Dickey, Chief of Staff
PJ Waldrop, Legislative Director
Megan Whittemore, Communications Director
Mark Bednar, Press Secretary
Gabriele Forsyth, Scheduler
Katherine Short, Deputy Scheduler
Caleb Moore, Director of Operations
John Eunice, General Counsel
Rachel Santos, Legislative Assistant
Gerald Huang, Legislative Assistant
Lindsey Maxwell, Correspondence Director
Lauren Hancock, Legislative Correspondent
Drew Robinson, Legislative Correspondent
Steve Rice, Legislative Correspondent
Evan Karanovich, Special Assistant
Sarah Schatz, Staff Assistant
Nell Henson, Staff Assistant
Katie McCabe, Staff Assistant

Georgia Staff:
Joyce White, State Director
Sarah Baska, Assistant to the State Director
Martha Zoller, State Policy Director
Elizabeth Dale, Outreach Coordinator
Stami Williams, Field Representative 
Ben Ayres, Field Representative 
Mark Smith, Field Representative
Jennifer Hayes, Constituent Services Director
Annette Stokes, Constituent Services Representative
Katherine Booth, Constituent Services Representative
Terri Dann, Constituent Services Representative

Senator Perdue was sworn-in on January 6, 2015. For the 114th Congress, Senator Perdue serves on the Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry Committee; Budget Committee; Foreign Relations Committee; Judiciary Committee; and the Special Committee on Aging. Each of these committees will play an important role in serving the people of Georgia.

Senator Perdue currently has a temporary Washington office located in the Dirksen Senate Office Building (B40D) and will soon be opening a Georgia office located in Atlanta. Constituents can contact Senator Perdue’s temporary Senate office by calling 202-224-3521 to reach both our Washington and Georgia staff.

Follow Senator Perdue on Twitter and Facebook to stay up to speed about his work in Washington to help Georgia families.

 

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