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Cassie Ann Hodges is the Senior Manager for Strategic Communications at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, where she manages communication campaigns and strategy for the U.S. Chamber’s policy teams including International Trade, International Affairs, Health Care, Immigration, Labor and Retirement, and the Global Innovation Policy Center, Center for Corporate Citizenship, and Hiring Our Heroes. She also contributes to the U.S. Chamber’s Free Enterprise platform and leads the campaign’s social media efforts.
Cassie Ann previously served in marketing, communications and investor relations at EMPEA (Emerging Markets Private Equity Association), supporting the organization’s connectivity with its global membership community, investor network and ecosystem of industry stakeholders and managed EMPEA’s communication campaigns as well as relations with financial and emerging markets press.
A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Cassie Ann graduated from the University of Georgia with bachelors in International Affairs and Spanish, and while as an undergraduate student, Cassie studied International Relations and Politics at the University of Oxford. She completed her M.A. in International Communication with specializations in Strategic Communications and Intercultural Leadership at the School of International Service at American University.
January is National Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and in an effort to shed light on this horrific epidemic, the U.S. Chamber Task Force to Eradicate Human Trafficking stands ready to work with policymakers, government, and members of civil society to eliminate the scourge of human trafficking. For more information on what corporate bodies can do to eliminate human trafficking, click here to read the full report.