Tom Hayden Moves from Political PR to Private PR

News release from McNeely Pigott & Fox:
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tom Hayden, former director of communications for Nashville Mayor Karl Dean’s 2011 re-election campaign and for former U.S. Rep. Lincoln Davis, has joined McNeely Pigott & Fox Public Relations as a senior account executive.
Hayden most recently served as the deputy campaign manager and director of communications for Mayor Dean’s successful re-election campaign.
Hayden worked on Rep. Davis’ staff in Washington, D.C., and Tennessee for eight years as director of communications. While with Rep. Davis, he managed communications outreach, strategic planning, media relations and crisis communications, and assisted with event planning. In conjunction with his management of communications, Hayden served two years as a legislative assistant and staff liaison to the House Science Committee.
Prior to working for Rep. Davis, Hayden managed communications for the Tennessee Democratic Party and worked as a tourism marketing associate at the D.C. Chamber of Commerce.
“Tom’s knowledge of the political process, his relationships and his communication skills will be valuable assets to our firm and clients,” said MP&F Senior Partner Mark McNeely.
Hayden, a native of Parkman, Ohio, and a 1999 graduate of Hiram College, holds a B.A. degree in history and communication.
McNeely Pigott & Fox is an award-winning, full-service public relations firm based in Nashville, Tenn. It provides total communications and marketing services for a diversified client mix at the local, regional and national levels. MP&F was founded in 1987 and has grown to become one of the largest independent public relations firms in the Southeast.

2 thoughts on “Tom Hayden Moves from Political PR to Private PR

  1. Pragmatist

    Donna,
    Not only are you clueless, you seem to not even have the decency to thank someone who worked hard for the people of the Congressional 4th. Your group (TN for immigration control)is a bunch of half-wit rednecks with two brains cells. Hayden is a great public servent and someone who cares, unlike you. Thanks, Tom. The people of the Cong. 4th appreciate your tireless dedication and miss LINCOLN DAVIS.

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