May 2, 2011
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Presented by ProEnglish
ARLINGTON, VA – ProEnglish, an Arlington, Va.-based national organization that advocates for English as the official language of government at the state and federal level, announced that Dave Louden of Arlington, VA, has been named as its executive director. He replaces Jayne Cannava.
ProEnglish Board Chairman Dr. Rosalie Porter said, “That the Board unanimously voted to hire Mr. Louden is a tribute to his skills as a longtime political activist, campaign strategist and legislative aide in California and Connecticut. It should also be noted that he also served with distinction in the 1990s as a non-commissioned officer in the U.S. Marine Corps.”
Louden received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from the University of California in Los Angeles in 1997. He was also a founding member and chairman (2008-2010) for the republican Chiefs of Staff Association, a social organization comprised of senior GOP California Capitol staffers.