Julie Domenick, an Investment Company Institute employee for 23 years who currently serves as its executive vice president, is leaving to become managing principal of the Washington firm of Loeffler Jonas & Tuggey, the ICI announced.
At Loeffler Jonas & Tuggey, a national law firm, Domenick will help expand the firms government relations wing and oversee the Washington office.
Commenting on her new position, Domenick said, "Joining Loeffler Jonas & Tuggey is an exceptional opportunity for me."
Incoming ICI President Paul Schott Stevens, who has worked with Domenick at the ICI extensively as the institutes general counsel, praised Domenicks understanding of business and public policy. "I congratulate her on her outstanding service to the ICI, and I wish her every success in the future. We will miss her at the ICI, but I look forward to opportunities to work together with her in her new capacity." The publication, "The Hill," named Domenick one of Washingtons most effective lobbyists last year.