Melanie Sloan

Summer Strategies / American Oversight

Guest

Attorney Melanie Sloan is a consultant at Summer Strategies and a senior advisor to the new accountability group American Oversight.

A founder of Triumph Strategy, a public affairs and crisis communications firm; Sloan has served as counsel and executive director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, and as assistant US attorney in the District of Columbia.

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