Krieg DeVault Hires Executive Director

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Krieg DeVault has added Jennifer Ping as executive director of governmental affairs. She previously served as principal of Bose Public Affairs Group, Bose Governmental Strategies, and Tabbert Hahn Ping Global Strategies, where she assisted clients in several capacities, including lobbying and legislative monitoring, issue management, administrative and regulatory affairs, government procurement contracts and other. Ping is also a past recipient of the Sagamore of The Wabash, awarded by then Governor Mike Pence. 

She currently serves as treasurer for State Auditor Tera Klutz of Indiana campaign, was the first female elected as chairwoman of the Marion County Republican Party, and served as campaign chair and finance chair for the Sue Ellspermann for Lieutenant Governor Campaign. For 10 years she served as vice chairwoman for the Marion County Republican Central Committee and vice chairwoman of the 7th Indiana Congressional District for the Indiana State Republican Party. Ping also served as chairwoman for Women for Pence Coalition for Indiana Governor Mike Pence. She was elected three times to serve as a delegate for the National Republican Convention and in 2008 was the co-chair of Indiana Women for McCain.

Ping is a current member of the Government Affairs Society of Indiana, sits on the board of directors for Community Health Foundation, is an advisory board member of the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series, serves as co-chair of the Government Affairs Committee and sits on the Federal Public Policy Committee for the National Association of Women Business Owners, and is an Alumni Board Member of the Purdue University College of Liberal Arts.

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