NAM Taps Former Government Exec To Work With New Jersey Manufacturers

Bruce Sisler will manage membership portfolio of $1.8 million.

The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) has announced the addition of former government affairs and public relation consultant Bruce Sisler as Regional Manager of the New Jersey region.

Sisler’s duties will include managing a membership portfolio amounting to $1.8 million, comprised of more than 25 leading American corporations.  Working directly with executive level leadership of these companies, Sisler’s responsibility is to provide the customer service and advance public affairs strategies.  Those strategies include the facilitation of direct contact between company representatives and members of Congress, as well as the grass-roots mobilization of member companies’ workforce around the nation.

“Bruce brings a broad range of government affairs and strategic communications experience that will serve our members well,” said NAM President John Engler.  “His savvy political and grassroots experience will be a great asset as we pursue our aggressive pro-growth manufacturing agenda.”