JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Hannah Beers will be joining Clout Public Affairs, a subsidiary of Axiom Strategies, in the role of Senior Associate. Based in Jefferson City, Beers will work alongside Clout Vice President Aaron Baker to work towards the company’s priorities in the state capitol and beyond.
“We’re excited to have a talented problem-solver with a record of great results joining us,” said Aaron Baker, Vice President of Clout Public Affairs. “Hannah’s unique experience and skill set make her an ideal match for Clout. She has a love for Missouri’s grassroots leaders that care about public policy.”
At Clout, Beers will connect with the more than 80 candidates that are Axiom Strategies clients in Missouri.
“I’m eager to join a team of skilled advocates,” Beers said. “By implementing my experience from the Missouri Senate, connections with various grassroots movements, and communications knowledge, I can work effectively for Clout’s clients and the good of Missourians.”
Prior to Clout, Beers served as Chief of Staff in the official office for Missouri Senate District 17 and on two statewide races in 2016 including now Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft’s campaign.
Beers’ background not only includes legislative and communications experience, but she is also deeply involved in digital advertising campaigns as well as graphic design and photography.
Beers holds a Bachelor of Science in Advertising & Public Relations from Evangel University. While studying at Evangel, Beers served as Evangel Student Body President and Chairman of the Missouri Federation of College Republicans. The Steelville, Missouri, native is a daughter of a pastor and a known operative in Missouri campaigns.
Beers will replace Kristian Starner as one of Clout’s champions in the state capitol. Starner now lobbies for Cerner in several western states.
To learn more about Clout Public Affairs, visit http://www.cloutpublicaffairs.com.
Rachael Herndon was the editor at The Missouri Times and also produced This Week in Missouri Politics, published Missouri Times Magazine, and co-hosted the #MoLeg podcast. She joined The Missouri Times in 2014, returning to political reporting after working as a campaign and legislative staffer.
Rachael studied at the University of Missouri – Columbia. She lives in Jefferson City with her husband, Brandon, and their two children.