For Immediate Release
January 8, 2016
Contact: Allison Schneider
Email: [email protected]
Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing Announces Communications Director
Washington, DC – The Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing (CSRxP) is pleased to announce that Allison Schneider has joined as communications director. Allison will lead the Campaign’s communications efforts both inside the beltway in Washington, D.C. and with state and local media throughout the country.
Allison brings eight years of Capitol Hill and political campaign experience to the position. She most recently served as communications director for a congressman on the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee where she developed and executed a comprehensive communications strategy.
“Allison’s talent and experience make her a great addition to our team,” said John Rother, executive director of the Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing. “Her insight and leadership will be invaluable as we grow our communications outreach this election year.”
Additionally, Allison has worked in grassroots communication on political and issues-based campaigns at the local, state, and national levels. As press secretary for National School Choice Week, she led earned media outreach for a nationwide whistle-stop tour and generated significant coverage.
About the Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing
The Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing (CSRxP) is a project of the National Coalition on Health Care Action Fund, the oldest and most diverse group working to achieve comprehensive health system reform representing more than 80 participating organizations, including medical societies, businesses, unions, health care providers, faith-based associations, pension and health funds, insurers and groups representing consumers, patients, women, minorities and persons with disabilities. Member organizations collectively represent – as employees, members, or congregants – over 100 million Americans. CSRxP aims to spark a national dialogue about the need to find market-driven solutions to the problems caused by the onslaught of new high-priced prescription medicines. Visit www.CSRxP.org and follow CSRxP on Twitter