NABPAC Elects 2020 Board of Directors

January 27, 2020, Washington, DC—The National Association of Business Political Action Committees (NABPAC) has elected a new board of directors. Tim Foltyn, director of political programs at Walmart, Inc. will lead the group. He takes over for outgoing president Catherine McDaniel, vice president of federal affairs at the Wine and Spirit Wholesalers of America.

“I am grateful to Catherine for her service, and look forward to continuing to work with Tim. As a long time NABPAC board member and executive committee officer, Tim is the perfect person to lead us into a new decade,” said NABPAC Executive Director Micaela Isler. “He is respected and measured and is a thoughtful leader who will work tirelessly to defend and promote the importance of employee engagement in the political process through employee-funded PACs.”

Rounding out the executive committee are Tracy Winn (Anthem), first vice president; Meaghan Killion Joyce (International Paper), second vice president; Courtney Schoenborn (New York Life), secretary; Bridget Sewall (American Property Casualty Insurance Association), treasurer; and Kipp Maloney (National Federation of Independent Business), at large member. Click here to see the full list of board members.

“There is a palpable excitement in NABPAC and I am looking forward to building on Catherine’s success,” said Foltyn. “We must be prepared for the future, no matter what comes our way. In 2020, we will strengthen NABPAC’s foundation for grassroots advocacy, solidify our solid financial footing and preserve robust operations. I also am committed to ensuring our members have all the tools they need to build lasting relationships on Capitol Hill and with partners who are committed to ensuring American employees have their voice heard in the political process.”

Foltyn will focus on streamlining board governance, enhancing the organization’s advocacy and public affairs capabilities, promoting the organization as a thought Leader, and maintaining quality programming and member benefits.


NABPAC represents more than 240 American employee-funded political action committees (PACs). Founding in 1977, it is a 501(c)(6) non-profit trade association that is the sole national organization dedicated to promoting, defending and professionalizing PACs and political action professionals.

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