WASHINGTON: Already a confirmed haven for ex-Clintonites, the Glover Park Group has welcomed two more into the fold: Howard Wolfson and Lorrie McHugh-Wytkind.
Wolfson, spokesman for Sen. Hillary Clinton's (D-NY) 2000 senatorial campaign, left his post as executive director at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee for the opportunity to open the public affairs group's New York office.
"I'm looking forward to working with the all-star team," Wolfson said.
He described his new role as "expanding the firm's New York business in a variety of different areas," including public affairs, advertising, and government relations.
The "all-stars" include founders Joe Lockhart (Clinton's former press secretary) and former Al Gore advisors Carter Eskew and Michael Feldman.
McHugh-Wytkind held several communications roles in the Clinton administration, including deputy White House press secretary, and spokesperson for Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala. She comes on board as head of the public affairs practice.