Washington, D.C (June 7, 2018)— The Independent Community Bankers of America® (ICBA) today announced that Joshua Habursky has been promoted to assistant vice president of advocacy, effective immediately.
“ICBA congratulates Josh on his well-deserved promotion,” said ICBA President and CEO Rebeca Romero Rainey. “We are fortunate to have such a talented and driven individual like Josh working on behalf of the nation’s community banks. His creative grassroots campaigns and political expertise have helped ICBA and our members shine a spotlight on key issues with policymakers.”
Habursky joined ICBA as Director of Advocacy in June 2016 and has worked on a number of successful campaigns to amplify ICBA’s voice through grassroots activism, including efforts to promote tiered and proportionate community bank regulation, which was signed into law by the president two weeks ago. Habursky is a published author, an adjunct professor at West Virginia University’s Reed College of Media, and founder of The Grassroots Professional Network, a non-profit dedicated to fostering best practices among grassroots and advocacy communications professionals.
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