Brian Namey

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    Brian Namey

    Brian Namey joined the National Association of Counties (NACo) in 2014 and currently serves as the Chief Public Affairs Officer. He is responsible for NACo’s digital communications, membership, County News, graphic design, media relations, conferences and leadership development.

    Prior to joining NACo, he was the Communications Director at the National Network to End Domestic Violence and a communications advisor for non-profit and private-sector efforts to end domestic and sexual violence. He began his career at a national political party organization, where he focused on gubernatorial campaigns and elections. 

    Brian earned his bachelor’s degree at Carnegie Mellon University and master’s degree at the University of Oxford. He grew up in Westmoreland County, Pa. and currently resides in Washington, D.C. 

    Brian Namey joined the National Association of Counties (NACo) in 2014 and currently serves as the Chief Public Affairs Officer.
    2015-06-03
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    2020-09-02

Chief Public Affairs Officer

Brian Namey joined the National Association of Counties (NACo) in 2014 and currently serves as the Chief Public Affairs Officer. He is responsible for NACo’s digital communications, membership, County News, graphic design, media relations, conferences and leadership development.

Prior to joining NACo, he was the Communications Director at the National Network to End Domestic Violence and a communications advisor for non-profit and private-sector efforts to end domestic and sexual violence. He began his career at a national political party organization, where he focused on gubernatorial campaigns and elections. 

Brian earned his bachelor’s degree at Carnegie Mellon University and master’s degree at the University of Oxford. He grew up in Westmoreland County, Pa. and currently resides in Washington, D.C. 

More from Brian Namey

  • Press Release

    Counties applaud long-term surface transportation bill

    After focusing advocacy efforts for several years on securing long-term surface transportation legislation, the National Association of Counties (NACo) today praised Congress for its bipartisan bill to increase federal transportation investments in county-owned infrastructure and support local decision-making.  The Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) bill is a fully-funded, five-year reauthorization of federal highway, transit, safety and passenger rail programs.  
  • Press Release

    Local leaders join forces to curb prescription drug abuse, heroin epidemic

    The National Association of Counties, National League of Cities and United States Conference of Mayors, with the U.S. Communities Purchasing Alliance and Premier, Inc., have secured industry-leading discounts for naloxone and medications containing buprenorphine. These medications help prevent painful withdrawal symptoms when a person stops taking opioid drugs. The program pools the purchasing power of more than 62,000 agencies in state and local government and the non-profit sector.

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