I am pleased to join Consumer Reports during a pivotal moment both for the organization and for the broader consumer rights movement.
Yonkers, NY (PRWEB) September 08, 2015
Consumer Reports, the largest and most trusted consumer organization in the world, has hired Daniel Cluchey as Executive Speechwriter and Advisor. In his new position, Mr. Cluchey will play a vital role in communicating the mission, vision and values of Consumer Reports to key stakeholders and to new audiences.
“Daniel comes to Consumer Reports at a time of dynamic change and possibility, as we innovate new ways of impacting the marketplace to make it safer and fairer,” Ms. Tellado said. “He will be a valuable resource to the leadership team and me as we connect with younger and more diverse audiences, grow and mobilize our network of activists, and reach consumers where and when we can help them most. He brings a generous dose of policy smarts, creativity and energy to the team.”
Mr. Cluchey comes to Consumer Reports having worked with policy leaders and cabinet secretaries in Washington DC. He was a senior advisor and head of speechwriting for Export-Import Bank of the United Sates. While there, he was responsible for developing a comprehensive communications strategy and crafting a variety of public-facing reports for Export-Import Bank Chairman Fred Hochberg.
Previously, Mr. Cluchey served the US Department of Health and Human Services as a speechwriter, working closely with Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, and as a writer of keynote addresses for US Attorney General Eric Holder at the Department of Justice. He is a 2012 graduate of Harvard Law School and holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Amherst College.
“I am pleased to join Consumer Reports during a pivotal moment both for the organization and for the broader consumer rights movement,” Mr. Cluchey said. “The mission of Consumer Reports is as indispensable as it has ever been, and I look forward to working with Marta and the leadership team to continue to safeguard the rights of consumers by advocating for a more transparent, more accountable and fairer marketplace.”
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