Erika Dyer serves as an account associate for Ketchum’s Public Affairs specialty. She brings a wide-range of experience in legislative affairs, strategic communications and event management.
Before coming to Ketchum, Erika worked as communications director and legislative aide to Springfield District Supervisor Patrick H. Herrity in Fairfax County, Virginia. Before serving Springfield District constituents, she worked on numerous Republican campaigns throughout Virginia including Barbara Comstock for Congress, Jennifer Chronis for Dranesville Supervisor and many others.
On top of serving as the Fairfax Area Young Republican chair and Conservative Professionals Network of Northern Virginia chair, Erika is also the Young Republican Federation of Virginia representative on the Republican Party of Virginia’s State Central Committee. When she is not working, you can find her volunteering for the Junior League of Northern Virginia and serving as the Marketing Chair for the Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic’s Community Leadership Council. She recently joined Washington Women in Public Relations and is looking forward to the new opportunities the organization brings.
What do actress Felicity Jones, Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA), Ketchum DC’s KayAnn Schoeneman and Congresswoman-Elect Abigail Spanberger (D-VA 7) all have in common? They all recently gave great advice at POLITICO’s 6th Annual Women Rule Summit in Washington, D.C. Every year, POLITICO brings together a bipartisan, multicultural, multi-generational and, most importantly, dynamic group of female […]
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