Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Roanoke County, has made some staffing announcements.
Here’s his release:
Congressman Bob Goodlatte recently selected Carrie Meadows, who hails from Lynchburg, to serve as his Legislative Director and Beth Breeding, who hails from Augusta County, to serve as his Communications Director. Today, he released the following statement announcing these new positions:
“Carrie and Beth will play an important role implementing policies that spur economic growth and job creation in the Commonwealth,” said Congressman Goodlatte. “Their experience serving Virginia’s Sixth District will ensure active engagement with constituents and communities from Front Royal to Roanoke. I am confident that Carrie and Beth’s local roots and past experiences will be a great asset to my staff and the citizens of the Sixth Congressional District. I look forward to their continued service and leadership.”
Carrie Meadows – Legislative Director
Carrie has served the Sixth District since joining Congressman Goodlatte’s staff as Staff Assistant in 2004. Over the last nine years she has served in a number of roles, including most recently as Senior Legislative Assistant where she handled all agriculture, energy, environment, and foreign affairs issues. As Legislative Director, she will oversee Congressman Goodlatte’s legislative agenda in the House of Representatives. Carrie hails from Lynchburg and is a graduate of E.C. Glass High School. She received her undergraduate degree in Communication Studies from James Madison University.
Beth Breeding – Communications Director
Beth joined the office of Congressman Bob Goodlatte in early 2012 as Press Secretary and New Media Director. As Communications Director, she will oversee Congressman Goodlatte’s media relations both locally and nationally. Before joining Congressman Goodlatte’s staff, she served in several roles on Capitol Hill, including Press Secretary for Congressman Morgan Griffith (R-VA). Beth is a native of Augusta County and a graduate of Fort Defiance High School. She received her undergraduate degree in Communication from Virginia Tech and her master’s degree in Political Management from George Washington University.