Greg Zimmerman, chairman of the IPCPR’s state committee, added: “I am extremely proud of what IPCPR has accomplished under Matt’s leadership at the state level. We have grown from a little-known organization in the states into an established program with a bright future. We thank Matt for his service to IPCPR and wish him success in his new position.”
With Dogali’s departure, Rachel Hyde, who currently serves as the director of state affairs at IPCPR, will become the new director.
“Rachel has been a key part of our success since she was hired in 2013, and we are thrilled to promote her to this important position,” commented Ken P. Neumann, IPCPR President.
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