Crapo Announces Staff Changes
WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) today announced recent staff promotions and hires in his Washington, D.C., and Idaho Falls offices.
Molly Carpenter has been promoted to Legislative Director. Previously, Carpenter served the Crapo office as legislative assistant for defense, military, intelligence, veterans and foreign affairs. Carpenter has served a decade in the U.S. Senate, having previously worked for the late Senator John McCain (R-Arizona) and Senator Jon Kyl (R-Arizona). Carpenter holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Indiana University.
Jennifer Meservy has been promoted to Legislative Correspondent for homeland security, agriculture, public lands and tribal affairs. Meservy holds a master’s degree in global policy studies from the University of Texas and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brigham Young University.
Andrew Williams joined the Crapo office as Legislative Assistant to handle policy issues relating to public lands, agriculture and tribal affairs. Williams worked in a similar capacity for Senators Mike Enzi (R-Wyoming) and Dean Heller (R-Nevada). Williams holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Bachelor of Science in Public Administration from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Kristen Siegele joined the Crapo office as Legislative Assistant covering issues pertaining to energy, the Idaho National Laboratory, Transportation and Infrastructure. She joined the Crapo office after serving in various roles for U.S. Senator Rob Portman (R-Ohio) and for U.S. Representative Sam Graves (R-Missouri). She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.
Andrew Gleaton joined the Crapo office as Staff Assistant. Gleaton will assume responsibilities for arranging tours for visiting Idahoans, will greet visitors to D.C., and will serve as the first line of communication for Idahoans calling the Washington office. Gleaton holds a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Boise State University and is pursuing a Masters in Political Management from the George Washington University.
Madison Rigby joined the Crapo office as the Deputy Regional Director for the Idaho Falls office, after having previously interned in Crapo’s Pocatello office. A native of Blackfoot, Rigby holds a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Southern Virginia University.
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