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WASHINGTON, D.C. ó Congressman Robin Hayes (NC-8), today announced that he has named Amanda Little as his communications director. Carolyn Hern, Hayes’ current communications director, will be leaving the office this summer to earn an MBA at Wake Forest University.
Little has an extensive background in government and politics. In Washington, D.C., Little has previously worked in political fundraising with an emphasis on communications and public relations. Before coming to Washington, D.C., Little worked expansively in the business and communications field in New York City. She earned her degree in business from the University of Southern Mississippi.
“We will be sorry to see Carolyn go. She has been a great professional and a wonderful friend,” said Hayes. “I know she is headed for great things in her future….
“I’m really glad to have Amanda as part of our team. She has a solid professional background and I know she will bring this same dedication and work ethic with her as she now turns her attention to North Carolina.”
“I am excited to be part of the Hayes team,” said Little. “I look forward to working for Congressman Hayes and getting to know the reporters and people across the 8th District.”
Hayes’ office addresses are 130 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515 and137 Union St. S., Concord, NC 28025.

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