Portland Cement Association New hires for PCA

Portland Cement Association named
The Honorable John Spitaleri Shaw senior
vice president of government affairs. He
will head the association’s Washington
office and represent PCA and its members.
Shaw joined PCA in April as the
vice president for legislative affairs.
Shaw brings a strong record of accomplishments
to PCA with a wealth of
experience in politics and environmental
affairs. Most recently, he served as assistant
secretary for environment, safety,
and health at the U.S. Department of Energy
Portland Cement Association also
named David S. Hubbard as vice president,
legislative affairs. Hubbard, who
was appointed staff vice president for
legislative affairs in April, has represented
the interests of the cement industry on
Capitol Hill for the past 17 years.
He will manage PCA’s federal legislative
advocacy efforts on a variety of
fronts, including environmental compliance,
transportation and infrastructure
legislation. In addition, Hubbard is also
the treasurer of PCA PAC, the Portland
Cement Association political action committee.
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