The American Land Title Association (ALTA)
has announced the appointment of Elizabeth Blosser as its new director of grassroots and state government affairs. In her new role, Blosser will focus on enhancing advocacy of the industry at the state level by strengthening ALTA’s partnership with state land title associations and representing the interests of ALTA’s membership before state legislators and regulators. In addition, she will help drive participation in ALTA’s grassroots activities through the Title Action Network.
“State government affairs and grassroots advocacy are closely linked and vitally important to our industry,” said Michelle Korsmo, ALTA’s chief executive officer. “Elizabeth is a highly motivated strategic thinker with skills to build relationships. Her capacity to understand complex issues and translate data into an effective strategy will help drive successful outcomes for our state advocacy efforts.”
Prior to joining ALTA, Blosser most recently served as client services director for FLS Connect, responsible for the overall success and profitability of government and public affairs projects conducted on behalf of corporations, trade associations and special interest groups. Having worked at FLS since its inception in 2000, she played a vital role in taking it from a start-up to a major, national consulting firm.
Blosser also spent time as a campaign manager for a congressional race and was responsible for directing related activities and conducting fundraising efforts for both individual contributors and PACs. She also was an outreach director for a member of Congress working on behalf of constituents on issues related to immigration, social security, affordable housing and the environment.