Dorrell is new GSA deputy communications officer

The General Services Administration has tapped Claire Dorrell as its new deputy associate administrator for communications within the agency's Office of Citizen Services and Communications.

Dorrell joins GSA after serving as the Office of Personnel Management's director of special projects. In that role, Dorrell created the OPM's speakers' bureau and helped promote civil service.

In her new position, Dorrell will report to David Bethel, who was named head of OCSC after Mary Joy Pizzella left earlier this year.

Prior to joining OPM, Dorrell worked in public affairs at the Health and Human Services Department, the National Endowment of the Humanities, and the Healthcare Leadership Council.

She holds a bachelor's degree from New York University and a master's degree from Mount St. Mary's College.

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