St. Paul, MN – Weber Johnson Public Affairs Group LLC and the Minnesota Conservative Energy Forum (MnCEF) are pleased to welcome Ms. Rachel Stuckey to their teams. Rachel will serve as an Account Director on the Public Affairs team at Weber Johnson where she will organize and consult on behalf of Weber Johnson’s state and national clients. Rachel will also be assuming the role of Program Director with MnCEF, where she will oversee and manage a variety of MnCEF’s lines of programming and advocacy.
Rachel brings extensive experience in politics and government, offering holistic understanding of the public arena, issue perception, and relationship building. Rachel has private and public experience – serving a diverse range of clients through issue research, legislative monitoring, event planning, and association management while in private practice. Previously an employee of the Minnesota Legislature in a variety of roles including Committee Administrator, Rachel worked with constituents, managed committees, and analyzed legislation.
”We are thrilled to have someone of Rachel’s caliber join our growing Public Affairs practice” said WJPA Co-Founder Joe Weber. “Our clients expect top-tier insight, influence and impact – and we have zero doubt that’s what they will receive from Rachel.”
Ms. Stuckey also previously served as Field Operations Director for the Minnesota House Republican Campaign Committee where she managed and executed statewide operations for a successful coordinated field campaign, including supervising and directing dozens of field staff. Rachel’s efforts contributed to victories in numerous key legislative contests, including in the key contests to successfully flip majority control of the Minnesota House of Representatives in 2014.
“Rachel’s in-depth understanding of grassroots advocacy and campaign management is a perfect addition to MnCEF’s team,” said Adam Seidel, Executive Director of MnCEF. “Rachel’s achievements demonstrate a mastery of advocating for policies supported by conservative and independent Minnesotans in suburban and rural areas alike. Her proven ability to manage a wide variety of projects in a fast-moving environment while maintaining attention to details is a perfect fit.”
Rachel is a graduate of Gustavus Adolphus College, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Communications Studies.