Jacqueline Ortiz Ramsay was named vice president of media relations and communications in July 2017. She oversees NAFCU's media relations and communications division and help drive the organization's political communications and messaging strategy.
Prior to joining NAFCU, she served as spokeswoman for the Consumer Bankers Association and communications director for Rep. Tony Cárdenas (Calif.). Before her work on Capitol Hill, Ramsay served as vice president of communications for Huntington Bank's retail and business banking department in Columbus, Ohio, where she developed integrated communications plans for the bank's branches, credit and debit card products, deposit checking account products, mobile and digital apps, and its distribution and brand strategy.
Ramsay also gained experience serving on both Obama-Biden presidential campaigns, including as press secretary for southeast and southwest Florida in 2012 and as a political appointee at the Department of Justice Office of Public Affairs.
Ramsay graduated from the Florida State University and holds a master's in mass media communications and a bachelor's in creative writing.