February 20, 2004 - American International Automobile Dealers: Marianne McInerney served under the Bush administration as Press Officer for the United States Peace Corps

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Marianne McInerney served under the Bush administration as Press Officer for the United States Peace Corps



Marianne McInerney served under the Bush administration as Press Officer for the United States Peace Corps

Marianne McInerney
President
McInerneyM@aiada.org

Marianne McInerney is President of the American International Automobile Dealers Association (AIADA). She is the chief spokesperson, responsible for the development and implementation of the trade associationís government and public relations efforts. McInerney has over 17 years experience in managing and directing operations, communications, development and government affairs programs within |nonprofit, corporate and government sectors. Most recently, she served as the Executive Director of the National Business Travel Association (NBTA).

Prior to her experience at NBTA, McInerney has served as Director of Public and Media Relations at several non-profit organizations including the United Way of America. At the United Way of America, McInerney was responsible for the development of internal and external communication strategies aimed at repositioning corporate image of national nonprofit trade associations with member organizations, national and international media, agency partners, and the general public. In this role, she was responsible for development of new strategic partnerships and maintenance of corporate relations with Fortune 500 companies including national campaigns with Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games and the National Football League. In addition, she was responsible for constituent relations, educational, and issues outreach to 1,400 member organizations.

Formerly, McInerney served under the Bush administration as Press Officer for the United States Peace Corps and for the Federal Housing Finance Board. Following her career in government, she served as Director of Public Relations for World Vision, the International relief and development agency. In addition, McInerney has managed political campaigns throughout the country.
McInerney received her B.A. from the University of Dayton. She resides in Alexandria, Virginia with her husband Daryl Mull and infant daughter, Mary Kate.




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