RNC Hires Hispanic Media Press Secretary to Expand Hispanic Engagement Efforts
WASHINGTON – Today, Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus announced that Ali Pardo will join the RNC Communications Department as Hispanic Media Press Secretary. Continuing to strengthen ties with the Hispanic community, Ali’s hire comes on the heels of the recent announcement of GOP Hispanic engagement teams in eight states.
“I am excited to announce that Ali Pardo will join our team as Hispanic Media Press Secretary,” said Chairman Priebus. “Ali is part of our effort aimed at building a lasting national field organization, with an emphasis on engaging and building relationships in Hispanic communities throughout our country.
“Ali is a great addition to our talented communications team. I am confident that she will work with our Hispanic Media Communications Director Izzy Santa and National Field Director for Hispanic Initiatives Jennifer Sevilla Korn to continue building meaningful ties with the Hispanic community and earning the trust and support of more voters.”
Ali joins the RNC from Senator Marco Rubio’s (R-FL) office where she served as press assistant since 2011. Prior to joining the communications team, Ali was a staff assistant in Rubio’s office and intern to his successful 2010 Senate campaign. She is from Miami, Florida, and holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from George Washington University.