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Bayer MaterialScience LLC appoints Glenn Kelly director of government relations

May 8, 2015
Energy & Chemical Value Chain
/PRNewswire/ – Bayer MaterialScience LLC has named Glenn Kelly director of government relations. In this role, Kelly will lead the company’s federal and state government relations, advocacy and policy operations in Washington, D.C.
 
“Kelly is a solid addition to this organization,” said Bayer MaterialScience LLC President Jerry MacCleary. “He will be instrumental to establishing a stronger presence for Bayer MaterialScience in Washington, D.C., and critical states by building a team of advocates to advance the priority policy goals of the company.”
 
Kelly brings more than 25 years of experience in public policy, political affairs and senior congressional staff management to Bayer MaterialScience LLC. He began his career in 1989 as a legislative assistant/staff assistant. During the next 18 years he served various legislators and organizations, and founded and operated his own public affairs consulting firm. Most recently, Kelly spent seven years as vice president of government affairs for the National Mining Association.
 
Kelly holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and history from Washington University in St. Louis. He lives in northern Virginia with his three children.
 
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