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Government Relations Specialist Andy G. Pomroy has been appointed to the Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless Board of Directors. The non-profit Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless (MCH) is a public policy and advocacy organization that works toward statewide housing stability and economic security.

Pomroy is an experienced State Capitol professional who creatively develops and executes government relations strategies to further clients’ public policy goals. As a respected legislative and political strategist, he has experience working across many public policy areas, including capital investment, housing, energy, environment, taxes and Legacy Amendment funding. He has particular expertise in energy regulation and state bond authorizations.

Pomroy told MCH that he joined its board because “Ensuring that everyone has a place to call home has always been an important value of mine. Professionally, I’ve had the opportunity to work in partnership with MCH through the Homes for All Coalition and respect the leadership MCH has provided that campaign. I hope that I can add value to the already incredible work of MCH.”

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