Consumer Technology Assoc. Adds Lobbyist

Tiffany Moore, a former TwinLogic Strategies executive, is tapped by the former Consumer Electronics Association to lead its lobbying efforts as VP of congressional affairs.

On Wednesday, the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), formerly the Consumer Electronics Association, appointed Tiffany Moore vice president of congressional affairs. Moore brings extensive legislative and government affairs experience to CTA, most recently working as a consultant for TwinLogic Strategies, a boutique government relations firm. In July 2015, Moore earned the Washington Government Relations Group Lobbyist of the Year award for her work on technology policy.

In her new role, Moore will lead CTA’s lobbying efforts on Capitol Hill on key tech issues including patent litigation reform, strategic immigration reform and trade. Moore will also oversee CTA’s political action committee, CTAPAC.

Moore joins CTA after spending five years with TwinLogic Strategies where she was responsible for designing and executing political strategies for corporate and trade association clients on a variety of competiveness, trade, tax and technology issues before Congress and the Administration. TwinLogic Strategies remains a consultant for CTA and Moore has worked on the innovation issues important to the association for more than five years.

She launched Moore Consulting, a government relations and social media consulting firm, in 2010 after serving as senior legislative advisor in the Legislative and Government Affairs Practice Group at Venable LLP.

Previously, Moore was assistant U.S. trade representative, intergovernmental affairs and public liaison in the Office of the United States Trade Representative. In this role, Moore led domestic outreach efforts to American business, agriculture and consumer communities on the U.S. trade policy agenda and served as primary intermediary with governors, mayors and local elected officials on U.S. trade policy.

Prior to joining USTR, Moore helped direct the Kellog Co.’s legislative policy efforts around a broad array of issues including trade, food security, safety, tax and advertising as director, government relations. She began her legislative career working in a variety of roles in the office of Rep. Fred Upton (R-Mich.), where she served as legislative director from 2000 to 2002.


Moore holds a BA in Spanish language and literature from Western Michigan University and an MA in international affairs from The George Washington University Elliot School of International Affairs.

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