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- A spokesperson, spokesman, or spokeswoman, is someone engaged or elected to speak on behalf of others. In the present media-sensitive world, many organizations...
- Geoffrey S. Morrell (born November 1968) is currently the President of Global Strategy & Communications at Teneo, a public relations and advisory firm...
- A party spokesperson (also known as party spokesman or party spokeswoman) is any member of a political party (at any regional level of the party structure)...
- Official Spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs is an Indian government official whose primary responsibility is to serve as the spokesperson of the...
- and or may have no executive powers, in which case they are mainly a spokesperson for the organization. The power given depends upon the type of organization...
- advertising spokespersons over the years. PepsiCo's other drink brands, including Mountain Dew and Gatorade, also have a variety of famous spokespersons. Celebrities...
- senior White House official whose primary responsibility is to act as spokesperson for the executive branch of the United States federal government, especially...
- The presidential spokesperson was a government official whose primary responsibility was to serve as the speaking representative of the President of the...
- A presidential spokesman or Spokesperson is an official appointment by the president given to an individual who serves to convey official comments on behalf...
- On 10 July 2020, Fine Gael Leader, Leo Varadkar announced the Seanad Spokespersons for the party. Their role is to support the Government, develop policy...