Liz Voyles, MPA
Liz Voyles, MPA has fifteen years of experience in public affairs, political and media strategy in the public, nonprofit and private sectors. She is Principal of Brass Ring Communications (BRC) a boutique public relations and marketing firm based in Washington, D.C.
Prior to founding BRC, she served on the communications teams of a number of leading Washington, D.C. organizations, including Fulcrum Properties Group, The Pew Charitable Trusts, The Concord Coalition, and Trust for America’s Health.
Voyles started her career in Washington as an aide to former U.S. Senator John F. Kerry, on Capitol Hill. Prior to arriving in Washington, Voyles was an account executive at Morgan Allen Moore, a lobbying and public relations firm, based in London, England. She also served on Kerry’s Presidential Campaign as a field organizer in Pennsylvania and New Hampshire.
Strategically cut a client's marketing costs by over 40% while growing sales productivity by 20%.
Gained repeated coverage in premier national outlets such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, USA Today, The Huffington Post, Time, as well as on NBC News and NPR.
Executed customized change management strategy to introduce client relationship management (CMS) systems into the organizations of various clients.
Wrote a pair of op-eds for The Guardian about the rising price of EpiPens.
She holds a Master’s of Public Administration from The George Washington University and a Bachelor’s of Political Science from Tufts University. She is a board member of the Homeless Children’s Playtime Project.