NEWS16 February 2022

HIT Strategies expands team with key appointments

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US – Washington DC-based public opinion research firm HIT Strategies has expanded its team with five key, experienced hires.

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Previously at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), David Kornahrens joins as senior director of research. Coming from the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History, Jermaine House has become senior director of communications.

Joshua Doss, formerly of Global Strategy Group, is the the company’s newest research analyst. Having previously working as an executive assistant, Sean Conner now serves as the client success manager and, lastly, originally from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Bex Pachl joins as an executive/research assistant.

All new HIT hires previously held pivotal political and government roles in Washington DC, and other states, including alumni of the DCCC, Obama for America, and several Congressional, state and local campaigns. With the recent hires, HIT adds electoral expertise, including candidate campaigns and independent expenditures experience, ahead of the 2022 US election cycle.

“We are thrilled to welcome these capable experts to HIT Strategies,” said co-founders and partners Terrance Woodbury and Roshni Nedungadi. “We are recruiting a world-class team that reflects the rapid diversification of America. Each brings a unique perspective and needed skill set that will enable HIT to continue to deliver important data and insight to our clients and audience.”