Mack fills Molinari void at Fleishman

WASHINGTON: Former Senator Connie Mack (R-FL) has joined the

Fleishman-Hillard International Advisory Board, joining former Congress

members such as speaker Newt Gingrich (R-GA) and former secretary of

defense William Cohen.



The International Advisory Board is comprised of people who act as

informal consultants and occasional panel speakers for the Omnicom firm.

Mack's addition balances out the loss of former representative Susan

Molinari (R-NY), who left earlier this month to become president and CEO

of Ketchum's The Washington Group.



Mack, an expert in banking and finance legislation, retired from the

Senate in January following his second term. He previously served six

years in the House, representing southwest Florida. He was chairman of

both the Senate Republican Conference and the Joint Economic Committee

upon his retirement, and has also served in the Senate Finance and

Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs committees.



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