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Today, Sen. Landrieu’s campaign announced several new additions to its staff. Longtime Landrieu aide T Bradley Keith will serve as political director, Chuck Engel as digital director and Tia Vice as deputy political director. D'Seante Parks, Cherie Teamer, and Jordon Corbin have also joined the campaign communications team.
T. Bradley Keith served as Senator Landrieu’s state director for the last 15 years before moving to her re-election campaign this month as political director. This is the fifth state-wide race in which Keith has worked for Senator Landrieu, having previously served her for six years as communications and legislative director when she served as Louisiana State Treasurer. Keith is a former print journalist with stints with The Patriot Ledger in Quincy, Massachusetts, The News-Star in Monroe, and New Orleans CityBusiness. He also is a former director of corporate communications for Louisiana Health Care Review (now eQHealth Solutions). Keith is a native of New Orleans, a graduate of LSU, and now resides in Ascension Parish.
Prior to joining the Landrieu campaign, Chuck Engel was part of the digital team that helped elect Wisconsin Sen. Tammy Baldwin. Most recently Engel served as digital communications manager for House Majority PAC.
Tia Vice joins the political team having worked most recently as director of communications and scheduling for New Orleans City Councilmember Kristin Gisleson Palmer. A South Carolina native and Tulane University alumnus, Vice has worked in government and nonprofit organizations since 2001.
Before joining the Landrieu communications team, D'Seante Parks was an associate for the public affairs firm SKDKnickerbocker in Washington D.C. She helped elect New Roads Mayor Robert Myer in 2010, and holds a BA in Political Communication from the Manship School of Mass Communication at LSU. Her family is from Shreveport.
Cherie Teamer is a New Orleans native and 2010 Graduate of LSU. Previously she worked in New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s Communication Office. Cherie also worked for Sen. Karen Carter Peterson and the Louisiana State House of Representatives Insurance Committee. She will graduate from Tulane Law School with her Juris Doctorate in May.
Jordon Corbin attended LSU on an athletic scholarship and graduated in 2011 from LSU with a degree in writing and performing arts. Upon graduation he became the legislative aide at the Louisiana state capitol for state senator Jean-Paul Jude Morrell.
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