By The Hill Staff - 05/25/10 11:38 PM EDT
• Tamera Stanton Luzzatto has been hired by the Pew Charitable Trusts to manage the government-relations in its Washington office. Luzzatto was then-Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s (D-N.Y.) chief of staff. She also worked as an aide to Sen. Jay RockefellerJay RockefellerLobbying world Overnight Tech: Senators place holds on FCC commissioner Overnight Tech: Senate panel to vote on Dem FCC commissioner MORE (D-W.Va.).
• Laura Burton Capps has joined Blue Engine Message & Media. Capps has worked for a number of prominent Democratic politicians, including former President Bill ClintonBill ClintonBill Clinton: We're entering era that will 'make the 90s look like small potatoes' Trump son: Talk like father's leaked 2005 tapes 'a fact of life' Is Georgia turning blue? MORE, the late Sen. Edward Kennedy (Mass.) and Sen. John KerryJohn Kerry5 reasons Trump's final debate performance sealed his 2016 coffin US pledges to do all it can to fight 'grave threat' of nuclear North Korea Armani, Batali among guests at White House state dinner MORE’s (Mass.) 2004 presidential campaign. She has also worked as senior vice president for government affairs and communications for the Ocean Conservancy and as communications director for the Alliance for Climate Protection.
• Jeff Davidoff has been hired by ONE, the anti-poverty advocacy group, as its new chief marketing officer. He was chief marketing officer for Orbitz Worldwide. Before that, Davidoff was vice president of brand marketing and communications at Whirlpool Corp. and was also a founding member of UPSHOT, an integrated marketing agency.
• Brian Gallagher has been hired by the American Pharmacists Association as its new senior vice president of government affairs. Gallagher was vice president of compliance for Rite Aid before joining the trade group. Prior to that, he worked at NDCHealth and also was general counsel for TechRx Inc.
• Vincent Eng has joined the Raben Group as a principal. Eng is the former deputy director of the Asian American Justice Center, where he oversaw the group’s public policy programs and litigation efforts. Before that, he worked as the managing editor of Bernan, a publisher of government documents. Eng also worked as an attorney-adviser at the Justice Department.