MSGOP Names New Communications Director
Mississippi Republican Party Names New Communications Director
JACKSON- The Mississippi Republican Party has hired Brett Kittredge as its new Communications Director.
“A big part of my focus as Chairman is to make sure we have a constant stream of communications to our membership, the media and the public about our principles and policies for Mississippi,” said Joe Nosef, Chairman of the Mississippi Republican Party. “That’s why I’m excited to have Brett on board with the Mississippi Republican Party. He brings a wealth of political knowledge, excellent writing skills and communications abilities that will be a strong asset to our party moving forward.”
Governor Phil Bryant stated, “I’m confident Brett will do a great job helping our Party actively communicate the message about our values and priorities, now and for the future. Brett will continue to add new energy and expertise to the Mississippi Republican Party, and I’m pleased he is on board.”
In his role as Communications Director, Kittredge will be responsible for the day-to-day communications and press relations duties. His role will include working to communicate with media all across the state as well as Republican Party officials and activists to make sure they are informed about current and upcoming issues involving the party.
“This is a great time to be involved with the Mississippi Republican Party, and I am honored and thankful to Chairman Nosef for this opportunity,” Kittredge remarked. “I look forward to working with Republicans across the state in spreading the conservative message and continuing to grow the party.”
Kittredge holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Mississippi and a Master’s Degree from Abilene Christian University. Since graduation, he has worked in the private sector in Jackson and Atlanta.