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Anastasia

Short Bio: Anastasia Swearingen is a senior government relations, communications, and research associate at Berman and Company, and also serves as a senior research analyst for both the Center for Consumer Freedom and the Environmental Policy Alliance. Only recently taking on a public profile, she is the point person for Berman’s expansion into environment and energy-related projects. Before joining Berman and Company, Swearingen worked as a legislative associate at Stateside Associates, a state and local government affairs firm. She also worked as an associate at Grover Norquist’s Americans for Tax Reform. She graduated from the University of Maryland Baltimore County with a BA in history, English literature, and economics; and from George Washington University with an MPP in environmental resource policy.

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Berman and Company

Senior Government Relations, Communications, and Research Associate

Center for Consumer Freedom

Senior Research Analyst

American Beverage Institute

Media Contact

Environmental Policy Alliance

Senior Research Analyst


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Washington's robust market for attacks, half-truths

Michael Kranish  //  Boston Globe
May 19, 2013

WASHINGTON — Even by the contemporary standards of bare-fisted attack ads, the unlikely assault on the president of the Humane Society of the United States seems particularly brazen.

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Experts: Nothing Charitable About Berman's Front Groups

Charity Navigator, an independent authority on charitable giving, has issued donor advisories against five Berman front groups:

The advisories note that, unlike most charities, Berman’s groups funnel significant amounts of their funds to a single company, Berman’s for-profit Berman and Company, Inc.