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A former longtime employee of Covington Independent Public Schools has created a new lobbying firm that will target education issues in Frankfort. Diane Brumback is the woman behind Capitol Education, LLC, "a lobbying and political strategy firm dedicated to improving education for Kentucky's children, families and communities to aid in the state's long-term economic health."
Here is the press release:
The performance of Kentucky's public schools is critical to maintaining a healthy business climate, promoting economic development and home ownership, creating a skilled 21st century workforce, and protecting and improving the quality of life for Kentucky's families.
Capitol Education is a new lobbying and political strategy firm that takes a forward-thinking approach in Kentucky, working with businesses and organizations and in collaboration with legislators to support quality education for our youth - our future workforce.
Under the experienced leadership of Diane Brumback, Capitol Education offers distinctive policy, lobbying and political expertise in the area of early childhood, elementary, alternative and secondary education. Brumback has firsthand experience in the K-12 classroom, having worked in an urban Northern Kentucky school district for nearly 30 years. She has served on community level and statewide education task forces and parent/teacher organizations, and she founded a successful education foundation. Brumback also has more than a decade of experience in the policy and political arena, from working on political campaigns to founding Kentucky Women in Action, a nonpartisan organization that successfully advocated for state-level policy changes on behalf of all Kentucky women. Most recently, Brumback has worked with the legislature on statewide education issues. She brings clients a comprehensive understanding of the development and implementation of public policy and how it affects schools and communities throughout the Commonwealth.
"With ever-increasing competition in recruiting new business and industry to our Commonwealth, community leaders say that providing high-quality public education in our communities has risen from a significant concern to a critical one. Our children are our future workforce and Kentucky's most valuable resource," says Diane Brumback, founder and President of Capitol Education. "Our team is dedicated to working with Kentucky's General Assembly to implement proven, evidenced-based policies that will improve our children's education while enhancing economic development across the Commonwealth."
"Our political savvy and extensive experience with the legislative process allows Capitol Education to provide clients with a broad range of comprehensive services in the area of education policy," Brumback said. "Together, we can have a profound impact upon the well-being of Kentucky's youth while enhancing economic development across the Commonwealth."
For more information about Capitol Education please visit http://CapitolEd.com