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D.C.-area updates: Vote.org, Curio and HBP

by | Jun 2, 2022

Vote.org adds Communications Director as Nick Morrow and Senior Communications Manager LToya Knighten. Morrow has led multi-channel communications teams at nonprofits, major corporations and issue advocacy campaigns for more than a decade. He previously led communications at the Human Rights Campaign, the largest U.S. LGBTQ+ civil rights organization, focusing on strategies for legislative initiatives at the federal, state and local levels and high-profile litigation and regulatory campaigns. Knighten is a strategic communications professional with 20 years of experience in public relations and government affairs. She recently served as Chief of Government Affairs and Communications for the Oklahoma City Health Department and in Chambers of Commerce. LToya received a BA in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma.

Curio, a nuclear innovation and technology development company, adds Melanie White as director of communications. White will lead the development, advancement, and execution of the company’s communications strategy.  White has over 20 years’ experience working to develop and implement effective public relations and strategic communications surrounding nuclear energy. Her time at the Nuclear Energy Institute saw her advocating for traditional nuclear power plants, segueing into her work on advanced nuclear reactors at X-energy. White also served as a communications consultant to Rep. Tulsi Gabbard’s presidential campaign – TULSI 2020.

HBP, Inc is the recipient of the PGAMA Grand Q Award for the second year in a row for the production of the book 14 Stations by Brian Dailey, in collaboration with Gallery Book Arts, DC.  The Grand Q Award is the Printing and Graphics Association-Mid Atlantic’s “Best of Show” title for the annual Excellence in Print Awards. Out of hundreds of brilliant examples of print in the region, this project was also selected for: the “People’s Choice Award”, “Impossible Job”, “Book Covers & Jackets-Non-Process”, “Finishing & Binding”, “Packaging-Process” and “Books: Case Bound-Process” titles.

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