Hilton appoints Katie Beirne Fallon as vice president
Ms. Fallon previously served as a senior advisor at the White House and a top aide in the U.S. Senate.
Ms. Fallon has held senior roles in policy and communications in Washington, D.C. for over a decade – most recently as director of legislative affairs at the White House for President Obama.
Before becoming the President’s chief liaison to Members of Congress, Ms. Fallon served as his deputy communications director, responsible for his strategic communications planning.
Prior to her work at the White House, Ms. Fallon held various leadership roles in the U.S. Senate as a longtime aide to Senator Charles Schumer, including managing communications and legislative strategy as staff director for the Democratic Policy and Communications Center and as legislative director for Senator Schumer.
Before entering politics, Ms. Fallon worked in investment banking and strategic consulting.
Ms. Fallon earned her Bachelor of Arts in government and international studies from the University of Notre Dame and completed two master’s degrees in political science at the London School of Economics and Queens University Belfast as a Marshall Scholar. ■
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