McCaul Announces New Senior Communications Staff
Taps Margaret Anne Moore to Lead Communications Team and Promotes Tess Glancey to Deputy Communications Director
Washington, D.C. – Today, House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul (R-TX) announced Margaret Anne Moore as the new Director of Communications and the promotion of Tess Glancey to Deputy Director of Communications.
Chairman McCaul: “I am pleased to announce Margaret Anne Moore as the new Communications Director for the Committee. Her prior years of experience both in my personal office and on the Committee’s press team make her well-suited for this new role. Her recent communications work in Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s office advising on television media strategy will be an invaluable resource to our team. Margaret Anne has been a key advisor for many years, and I could not be more thrilled to welcome her back to lead the Committee’s press team.”
McCaul continued, “Since joining the Committee, Tess has excelled in all areas of communications and has proved to be a first-class professional. Her well-deserved promotion to this new role will be an asset to the Committee.
We have a great team in place, and we remain committed to protecting the American people and communicating our message to the public.”
House Homeland Security Committee Press Office
Margaret Anne Moore, Director of Communications
Tess Glancey, Deputy Director of Communications
Sarah Matthews, Digital Manager
Caroline Campbell, Press Assistant