A lobbyist in Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck's Washington office has been elected secretary of the board of directors for a nonprofit organization that works to increase citizen involvement in elections throughout the world, the firm announced this week.
Judy Black, a Brownstein policy director, will help the International Foundation for Electoral Systems with its strategic direction as a member of the executive committee of its board of directors. She has been a board member since 1998.
Black didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment.
During the past three decades, the lobbyist has held leadership positions at several groups, including the National Federation of Republican Women, the National Osteoporosis Foundation and the American Council of Young Political Leaders, a nonprofit organization that provides cultural exchange programs for young adults.
She also has had an active role in GOP presidential campaigns, serving as secretary for the Republican National Convention in 1984 and as co-chairwoman of Women for McCain in 2008.