Kaufman Zita Group, a government and public affairs firm based in Trenton, announced on Wednesday it has promoted Beth Dohm and Eric Orlando to executive vice presidents, effective immediately.
Dohm and Orlando have been providing legislative and public affairs counsel since the firm’s inception in 2007.
In their new roles, the pair will each be given additional responsibilities overseeing a new portfolio of firm functions. Dohm will head KZG’s political outreach efforts, internal office operations and communications and social media. Orlando will be tasked with taking the lead on legislative and regulatory affairs, and will oversee the firm’s client services program, including lobbying and policy research.
“Beth and Eric have been an integral part of the growth and development of Kaufman Zita Group over the years. We look forward to having them play an instrumental role in facilitating growth in the new decade for KZG and all of our clients,” Trish Zita and Adam Kaufman, founding principals of KZG, said in a news release.