The Wireless Infrastructure Association (WIA) has hired Sasha Galbreath and Marshall Miller to join its public affairs team, according to a statement from the association. WIA said that Galbreath and Miller, who have the title of public affairs manager, would manage the association’s external communications and promote its workforce development programs.
“Prior to joining WIA, Galbreath worked for Clyde Group’s public affairs practice, where she focused on several strategic communications efforts in a variety of industries,” the statement reads. “Galbreath started her career working in the U.S. House of Representatives, later serving as deputy director of communications for a congressional campaign in Maryland, operating crisis management and media outreach. She graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in government and politics and sustainability studies.”
WIA said that Miller previously worked for DDC Public Affairs, executing advocacy and issue campaigns for clients across multiple sectors, including technology. “Before DDC, he worked as a rapid response and research analyst for national campaigns and political parties,” the statement reads. “Miller graduated from Bridgewater College with a degree in political science and English.”
Matt Mandel, WIA’s vice president of government and public affairs, said that, working together, Galbreath and Miller would further cement WIA as a leader in wireless policy and workforce development. “Sasha and Marshall’s extensive experience will carry the wireless infrastructure industry’s message to the media, Congress and stakeholders on behalf of WIA members,” he said.