Molinari, a Republican who represented New York in the U.S. House, had
She will join APCO’s International Advisory Council of former elected officials, business leaders academics and journalists as a corporate communication strategy adviser, the advisory and lobbying communications consultancy said in its announcement.
“I am honored to join such a distinguished group of recognized global leaders in the IAC,” Molinari said in a statement.
Molinari resigned from her position as Google’s Washington director effective last Dec. 31 and moved to an advisory role. The search giant
APCO’s clients include the U.S. division of China COSCO Shipping Corp. Earlier this year, it stopped representing
Molinari served in Congress from 1990-1997 and worked as a reporter before becoming a lobbyist. She was an outside lobbyist for
Google had fostered its relationship with Democrats and was perceived as close to President
The end of her stint at Google coincided with a new wave of antitrust probes, efforts to rein in the company with privacy legislation and complaints by lawmakers that the company censors conservative views.
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