After more than four and a half years working as the Communications Director in the Alabama House Speaker’s office, Rachel Adams on Monday announced she’s moving on.
The University of Missouri grad starts a new gig on Tuesday working with the Alabama Community College System as their Communications and Marketing Administrator. There, she will be responsible for building and coordinating news media relations and serving as the primary contact for all external media outlets for the ACCS.Additionally, she will manage and update content on the ACCS website, social media pages, and other online platforms.
Prior to her time in the Speaker’s office she worked as the Communications Director for the Republican National Committee’s Victory office in North Carolina, where among other things she created and implemented traditional and social media campaigns to drive RNC and Romney Campaign message to NC voters.
Before that, she was a senior account executive at the Washington, D.C.-based Vox Global, , a bipartisan public affairs and strategic communications firm, where she developed internal event planning structure for Fortune 10 Corporation and coordinated the company’s presence at major stakeholder events.
Adams’ replacement in the Speaker’s office has yet to be announced.