Type: News
Date: 06/11/2024

Fudge Featured in Cleveland Plain Dealer Article

Taft Cleveland partner Marcia Fudge was featured in a Cleveland Plain Dealer article, “Ohio’s Marcia Fudge closes the door on Joe Biden’s cabinet, opens door to new legal career,” which ran on June 10.

In the article, Fudge discussed her nearly 50 years in public service, which included serving as Warrensville Heights mayor, U.S. House of Representatives member, and U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary. She retired from HUD in March 2024 after three years in that position.

She joined Taft in May as a partner in the Public Affairs Strategies Group and firmwide chair of Public Policy.

Taft Cleveland co-partner-in-charge Adrian Thompson was also quoted in the article.

To read it in its entirety, visit here (note: subscription required).

Fudge brings more than five decades of experience working with lawmakers, elected officials, key staff, and coalitions at the local, state, and federal levels. From 2021 to 2024, she served as the 18th Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). During her tenure, she led initiatives to increase housing supply, eradicate the growing homelessness issue, end discriminatory practices in the housing market, and ensure compliance with fair housing rules.

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