Leader Emilia Strong Sykes (D-Akron) today announced the selection of Amber Epling as Communications Director for the House Democratic Caucus.


“I am excited to have Amber join our team,” said Sykes. “Her experience will play an invaluable role in our continued efforts to share our Democratic, people first priorities and reaffirm our promise as an opportunity state.”


Epling previously served as the former director of Presidential communications at Ohio University. She also served as staff in the West Virginia Legislature and as the media and public affairs specialist for the West Virginia Secretary of State.


She can be reached at 614.466.9034 or by email at Amber.Epling@ohiohouse.gov.

 
 
 
  
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