WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Representative Mark Walker (NC-06) recently made changes to his office staff.
Kyle Hall has been named communications director and will be based in the Greensboro office. Hall succeeds Kate Disbrow, who remains on staff as a part-time communications advisor. Kami Mueller joins the staff as a communications advisor.
“We are excited to make these key staff additions,” Walker said. “I’m confident that these experienced individuals will be an asset to our office by allowing us to effectively communicate with the people of North Carolina’s Sixth District and enhance our office’s constituent services,” Walker added.
Hall joined Rep. Walker’s staff in January as a field representative. Prior to joining the Walker staff, he worked for State Sen. Neal Hunt (District 15-Wake County) and Americans for Prosperity in North Carolina. He is a graduate of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a native of Stokes County.
Mueller is joining Rep. Walker’s staff as a communications advisor. She is the former director of communications for Lt. Gov. Dan Forest. Prior to her role with Forest, she served as the director of communications for Vote4Marriage NC, North Carolina’s coalition to protect marriage. In her new role with the Walker staff, Mueller will be based out of North Carolina.
Disbrow started when Walker assumed office in January as communications director in the Washington office. Disbrow has more than seven years of experience working for other members of Congress, trade associations and organizations in Washington, and remains as a part-time communications advisor for Walker.