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On the Move in D.C.: Susan Milich, Bishop Sand and Katherine Knight

by | Mar 5, 2019

Sage Communications hired Susan Milich as Senior Vice President of Government Services. In her new role, she will strengthen and grow the government agency and contractor practices of Sage’s business.  According to a release, Milich is a federal government marketing expert with three decades of industry experience. She comes to Sage after working with Government Technology Services, Inc. (GTSI), Technology Concepts & Design, Inc. (TCDI) and LMI. She founded and operated Federal Marketing Associates, delivering strategic marketing and business development expertise to clients in government information technology (IT), telecommunications and professional services sectors.

The Washington Post announced that Bishop Sand will be joining their audio team as a producer, working particularly on feature projects and sound design. Sand  comes from D.C.-based Goat Rodeo, where he developed and edited podcasts for a variety of clients.  Before Sand made the leap full-time into audio and podcasting, he taught himself production skills while teaching high school chemistry, biology and physics.

AALU, the leading organization of financial security professionals who provide life insurance and retirement planning solutions, announced that Katherine Knight will be joining the organization as vice president of communications. Knight joins AALU from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce where she was part of the media relations and external communications team. Prior to the Chamber, she spent several years on capitol hill as a press secretary for Sen. Pat Roberts of Kansas, Sen. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee and former Sen. Saxby Chambliss of Georgia.

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