CN Communications International, Inc., a strategic communications firm, has promoted David Hodges, Esq. of Washington, DC and Alise Roderer of Highland Park. to the position of director. The announcement was made by CN Chairman and Founder Anthony Cicatiello.
“David and Alise have become an integral part of our strategic growth, and have taken on major responsibilities in client management,” said Cicatiello. “This recognition and promotions are a natural progression of their talents and abilities, and I look forward to continued growth with them.”
At CN, Hodges primarily works as the Director of the Governor’s STEM Scholars program for CN’s client the Research & Development Council of New Jersey. He also provides support for crisis communications clients. Prior to his work at CN, Hodges worked as an attorney at Winston & Strawn and counsel at Consumers-in-Motion, where he worked in antitrust and helped businesses in new, emerging, and international markets. Mr. Hodges spent two years working for Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer, served as a staffer on the American University International Law Review, and has been published in Commentary, National Journal, and the Ocean and Coastal Law Journal.
Roderer serves as the primary point of contact to many of CN’s media and community relations accounts including programs for Fortune 500 companies, education and healthcare organizations and legal clients. Prior to joining CN, Roderer served as the Deputy Director of Communications for the New Jersey Senate Majority Office, where she used both traditional and new media methods to craft and deliver the messages of two dozen state senators. Roderer started her career in politics on the campaign trail – working in seven states on more than a dozen campaigns.Related Articles: