President Donald Trump announced his intent to nominate Amy Cantu Thompson as HUD assistant secretary for public affairs. Ms. Thompson currently serves as the deputy assistant secretary for public affairs. She was HUD’s deputy press secretary during the George W. Bush Administration. While serving as director of communications for the Community Financial Services Association, she led a variety of communications initiatives affecting state and federal consumer lending policies. Prior to that position, Ms. Thompson managed public relations campaigns and executive speechwriting for the Target Corporation in Minneapolis. At Levick Strategic Communications, Ms. Thompson specialized in government regulation and corporate reputation for Fortune 500 Companies.
The June 9 White House announcement is at: http://bit.ly/2stUUSM