Crouch Adds Communications Specialist to StaffPosted: Updated:
Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch has named Jessica Baker communications specialist for her office. She will be responsible for media requests, developing and enhancing all channels of communications for the Lt. Governor’s office and social media management. Baker began her career in communications working as a press secretary for the Indiana House of Representatives Republican Caucus. In that position, she served as the media liaison for nine state representatives and was promoted to senior press secretary.
As a native Hoosier, she is from Warsaw and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 2013 from IPFW.
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