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CalPortland announces new Vice President of government relations

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CalPortland has named Kerri L. Leininger as its new VP of government relations.

CalPortland announces new Vice President of government relations

In her new role, Kerri L. Leininger will be located in Washington DC and will monitor and lobby advocacy issues at the state and federal level.

Ms. Leininger joins CalPortland after almost 14 years of working for the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association, where she served as the Executive Vice President of government and political affairs. In her former position, Ms. Leininger focused on industry issues that included building codes, resiliency, transportation, labour, and small business.

During her time at NRMCA, Ms. Leininger delivered many legislative victories advancing the ready mixed concrete industry including several key provisions passed in the long-term highway bill Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act.

“Kerri Leininger provides the company with expertise in legislation directly related to the cement and concrete industries,"said Steven Regis, CalPortland Senior Vice President Corporate Services. "CalPortland looks forward to this opportunity to expand our presence in Washington DC."

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/the-americas/01062018/calportland-announces-new-vice-president-of-government-relations/

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