Katie Schwab, managing director at Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies New York, and Rose Christ, a senior principal in the group, have been named to the 2022 Power in Diversity: Women 100 list by City & State New York. This prestigious list recognizes top female elected officials, business executives, nonprofit leaders, commissioners, advocates, academics, and others who are “in the arena of New York politics and government.” Among other impressive leaders, the 2022 list includes Kathy Hochul, New York’s first female governor, Letitia James, New York State Attorney General, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortes, “the most prominent voice” in the U.S. House of Representatives.
City & State New York refers to Katie and Rose as two “policy experts with combined experience in law, politics, cultural projects, business and government affairs.” Katie, they say, is “a seasoned attorney with experience in a variety of government roles,“ while Rose has “experience handling funding and budgeting matters for cultural institutions and social services.”
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