Hayley Matz Meadvin

Director

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Hayley Matz Meadvin is a native Washingtonian and political communications veteran. After graduating from law school, Hayley has spent the past 15 years helping people and organizations lead conversations and grow their brand.

At Precision, Hayley provides communications strategy to corporate and non-profit clients, as well as national advocacy campaigns, to help them grow their brand, increase visibility, and improve their reputation. No stranger to crisis, Hayley helps clients prepare for the worst to ensure they come out their best.

Before joining Precision, Hayley was the chief officer for strategy and communications for Chicago Public Schools (CPS). While managing nearly daily crises, she helped CPS identify target audiences, build a robust digital operation and begin the process of telling a positive, proactive story. Prior to CPS, as a vice president at Edelman, Hayley helped clients lead issue-based advocacy campaigns by building coalitions and using multiple channels to reach a broad array of stakeholders including government, media and business.

Hayley has extensive experience in politics and public service. During the Obama administration, she served in the White House as communications director to Dr. Jill Biden and in the U.S. Small Business Administration as press secretary and deputy communications director. In these roles Hayley was the national spokesperson, and created and implemented national and regional media, messaging, and stakeholder engagement plans. On Capitol Hill, she served as press secretary for the Congressional Joint Economic Committee, and created the Senate Democrats’ national media booking program and directed message press events for the Democratic caucus in U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s office.

Hayley graduated from Tulane University and has a law degree from Penn State University.

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Hayley Matz Meadvin

Director

Connect: Email

Social media must-follow:

@usinterior on Instagram – #FindYourPark!

Article everyone should read:

36 Hours in Jackson Hole, Wyo. in the New York Times

Hayley Matz Meadvin is a native Washingtonian and political communications veteran. After graduating from law school, Hayley has spent the past 15 years helping people and organizations lead conversations and grow their brand.

At Precision, Hayley provides communications strategy to corporate and non-profit clients, as well as national advocacy campaigns, to help them grow their brand, increase visibility, and improve their reputation. No stranger to crisis, Hayley helps clients prepare for the worst to ensure they come out their best.

Before joining Precision, Hayley was the chief officer for strategy and communications for Chicago Public Schools (CPS). While managing nearly daily crises, she helped CPS identify target audiences, build a robust digital operation and begin the process of telling a positive, proactive story. Prior to CPS, as a vice president at Edelman, Hayley helped clients lead issue-based advocacy campaigns by building coalitions and using multiple channels to reach a broad array of stakeholders including government, media and business.

Hayley has extensive experience in politics and public service. During the Obama administration, she served in the White House as communications director to Dr. Jill Biden and in the U.S. Small Business Administration as press secretary and deputy communications director. In these roles Hayley was the national spokesperson, and created and implemented national and regional media, messaging, and stakeholder engagement plans. On Capitol Hill, she served as press secretary for the Congressional Joint Economic Committee, and created the Senate Democrats’ national media booking program and directed message press events for the Democratic caucus in U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s office.

Hayley graduated from Tulane University and has a law degree from Penn State University.

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