Jessica C. Hogle
Jessica C. Hogle is the Director of Political and Federal Affairs for Pacific Gas & Electric Company. In this role, Jessica builds and maintains relationships with policymakers on Capitol Hill and positively positions the company as a source of information for energy and environmental policy issues. Jessica also builds, manages, and supports the activities of PG&E Employees Energy PAC, PG&E’s political action committee, and PG&E’s non-PAC federal political budget.
Jessica started her career in Washington working on a Presidential campaign in the 2004 Democratic primary. She then joined a Democratic fundraising consulting firm, Campaign Finance Consultants, which boasted the highest number of female Senator clients including: Senator Maria Cantwell, Senator Barbara Mikulski, Senator Mary Landrieu, Senator Amy Klobuchar, and US Senate Candidate for the state of South Carolina in 2004 Superintendent of Education Inez Tenenbaum. Other clients included Senator Carl Levin, Senator Pat Leahy, and Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, whose race was the primary focus for Jessica in the 2004-2006 cycle.
Prior to joining PG&E, Jessica served as Director of Political and Legislative Affairs for Portland Cement Association, where she identified legislative issues and policy strategies to achieve industry policy objectives related to federal infrastructure and transportation programs and climate change legislation for PCA’s 45 member companies, which account for 97% of domestic cement production. Jessica also managed the all the activities for PCA PAC.
Jessica received her Bachelor of Arts in Asian Religion at the University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee. An Air Force brat, Jessica moved frequently, but considers Washington, DC home, where she was born and now resides for the fourth time with her husband, George Gummere, and their two Boston Terriers, Winston and Ouisey.