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BCA names new administrative assistant, policy analyst for governmental affairs

William Newman will serve as the administrative assistant and policy analyst for the governmental affairs team.

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The Business Council of Alabama has announced the addition of William Newman IV to the BCA staff, where he will serve as the administrative assistant and policy analyst for the governmental affairs team. In this role, Newman will be responsible for coordinating the essential functions of the governmental affairs department as well as supporting BCA’s advocacy efforts through policy research.

“I am excited to be a part of BCA,” Newman said. “As we move into the legislative session, I look forward to working alongside the governmental affairs team in our efforts to advocate on behalf of BCA membership.”

Prior to joining BCA, Newman managed logistics and operations for an area small business. While in college, Newman served as a staff intern in the office of Alabama Congressman Bradley Byrne, where he worked to maintain office efficiency, engage with constituents and assist in legislative research.

“We are thrilled to have William join the team,” said BCA President and CEO Katie Boyd Britt. “He brings a fresh perspective and a remarkable work ethic to the table. He will be an excellent addition to the team as we continue to serve Alabama’s business community.”

Newman is a graduate of the University of Alabama, where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in finance with a concentration in investment banking. He currently resides in Montgomery.

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