Charlotte Lozier Institute Announces New Communications Director
For Immediate Release: March 29, 2019
Contact: Mallory Quigley, firstname.lastname@example.org, 703-380-6674
Washington, D.C. – Today the Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI), the education and research arm of national pro-life group Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List), announced the hiring of Katey Price, an attorney and political consultant, as the organization’s first communications director.
“We are pleased to welcome Katey Price to the Charlotte Lozier Institute and look forward to her help in promoting the groundbreaking research CLI scholars and staff members conduct,” said CLI president Charles A. “Chuck” Donovan, “With a dedicated communications team, CLI can expand its reach and provide essential statistics and insights to the media, policymakers, coalitions and grassroots.”
On joining CLI, Price said:
“I am excited to join CLI’s dynamic team of passionate pro-life scholars and experts committed to using scientific and statistical research to establish lifesaving law and public policy. I look forward to sharing the work of our scholars and impacting the national conversation around the range of life issues.”
Price brings a comprehensive background encompassing politics, communications and the law. As a political consultant, Price worked on high-level campaigns garnering national attention as a campaign manager, strategist and communications director. Price is an attorney admitted to the Maryland and Colorado state bars and practiced sports and transactional law in Colorado. After receiving her juris doctor from Regent University, Price handled government affairs for clients in the dairy industry and lobbied on agriculture and trade issues. She can be reached via email at email@example.com.
Charlotte Lozier Institute was launched in 2011 as the education and research arm of Susan B. Anthony List. CLI is a hub for research and public policy analysis on some of the most pressing issues facing the United States and nations around the world. The Institute is named for a feminist physician known for her commitment to the sanctity of human life and equal career and educational opportunities for women. The 175th anniversary of Dr. Charlotte Denman Lozier’s birth occurred on March 16, 2019.