Liz Voyles, MPA has fifteen years of experience in public affairs, political and media strategy in the public, nonprofit and private sectors. She is currently Principal of Brass Ring Communications, a boutique public relations and marketing firm that advises the Big Cities Health Coalition.
Prior to founding Brass Ring Communications, she served as Director of Marketing at Fulcrum Properties Group, and served on the communications team at The Pew Charitable Trusts in Washington, DC.
As a graduate student, Voyles served as a fellow at The Concord Coalition, a non-partisan organization dedicated to educating the public about America’s fiscal challenges. Prior to that, she served as Communications Manager at the Trust for America’s Health, a public health non-profit that focuses on policy related to chronic disease, infectious disease and emergency preparedness.
Voyles started her career in Washington as Deputy Press Secretary to then U.S. Senator John F. Kerry. Prior to arriving in Washington, Voyles was an account executive at Morgan Allen Moore, a lobbying and public relations firm, based in London, England. She also served on Kerry’s Presidential Campaign as a field organizer in Pennsylvania and New Hampshire, and served as a staff member on a number of other state and local campaigns in her home state of Massachusetts.
She holds a Master’s of Public Administration from The George Washington University and a Bachelor’s of Political Science from Tufts University. She is a board member of the Homeless Children’s Playtime Project.