2014-01-27 17:02:49 - DDC Advocacy (DDCA), the global leader in issue advocacy, announced the hiring of Adam Wagner as Director of Business Communications. In this position Wagner will manage business development initiatives including proposal development and marketing communications, as well as work directly with DDCA’s client services team to create and implement comprehensive advocacy strategies.
DDC Advocacy Expands Growing Agency Team
Adam Wagner to Serve as Director of Business Communications
National Harbor, MD – DDC Advocacy (DDCA), the global leader in issue advocacy, continues to experience significant growth in its core business, as well as exponential growth in its campaign services business — including international consulting, public and media relations, and government services. This growth establishes DDCA as a major player in campaign management across key industries in the United States and abroad.
To support continued growth, DDCA announced the hiring of Adam Wagner as Director of Business Communications. In this position Wagner will manage business development initiatives including proposal development and marketing communications, as well as work directly with DDCA’s client services team to create and implement
comprehensive advocacy strategies.
“DDCA is on the cutting edge of technology and issue-oriented advocacy communications,” said Wagner. “I am very excited to be part of this dynamic team.”
“At DDCA we work with our clients to build and execute winning campaign strategies that help them achieve their advocacy goals,” said DDCA Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, B.R. McConnon. “We are very pleased to have Adam join what is one of the most experienced teams in the business.”
Bringing more than twelve years of experience to DDCA, Wagner has developed new business communications, marketing strategies and advocacy materials for multi-million dollar campaigns, spanning legislative, regulatory and public relations challenges. Prior to joining DDCA, Wagner worked for SevenTwenty Strategies where he served as Director of Communications providing strategic messaging for Fortune 500, non-profit and association clients. He was also a Senior Writer and Head Editor for Direct Impact, the grassroots arm of Burson-Marsteller, where he created and implemented successful campaign engagements.
DDCA was established in 1996 to design, implement and manage advocacy campaigns utilizing cutting-edge technology. Today DDCA offers strategy, public relations, campaign management, social media and Internet technology to its corporate, association and non-profit clients to impact the views and actions of public officials, consumers and corporate audiences. DDCA’s clients include many of the Fortune 500, major trade associations and non-profit organizations, all of which count on DDC Advocacy to engage and guide communities of advocates to impact policy and win public debates.