Towhey joins growing team as Executive Director
BRAMPTON, ON, Jan. 15, 2015 /CNW/ - The Patrick Brown Leadership Campaign announced today that former Mayor Rob Ford Chief of Staff and Newstalk1010 media personality, Mark Towhey, has joined the team.
"Ontario's PC Party needs to redefine itself in a way that attracts broad support across Ontario," says Mark Towhey. "Patrick Brown is the only candidate who can do that."
Serving as Executive Director, Towhey's leadership, organizational and campaign experience, experience working within Ontario's largest municipal government and intergovernmental experience complements Brown's already strong campaign team.
"I am excited to welcome Mark to the campaign," says MP Patrick Brown, PC Party of Ontario Leadership Candidate. "Over the past several months we have been focused on putting together an incredible team. With his years of government and strategic planning experience, as well as his invaluable insights into the City of Toronto and the GTA, Mark brings a wealth of knowledge and strategic skills that will be a valuable addition to our growing team."
Prior to joining the Rob Ford mayoralty campaign in 2010, Towhey worked as an international management consultant with large corporate, government and NGO clients around the world, including in Afghanistan and Pakistan. He currently works with Ballacaine Strategy & Execution based in Toronto and hosts a popular Sunday radio program broadcast on CFRB Newstalk1010 in Toronto, 580 CFRA News Talk Radio in Ottawa, Newstalk 610 CKTB in Niagara and AM800 CKLW in Windsor.
About Patrick Brown
Patrick Brown has been elected three times as Conservative Member of Parliament for Barrie. Patrick's work with new Canadian communities in the GTA and 20-years' experience in the Conservative movement make him uniquely able to build the broad, winning coalition the PC Party of Ontario needs to win. For more information, please visit: www.VotePatrickBrown.ca
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