Lamborn Announces Staff Changes in DC and District Offices

March 26, 2019
Press Release

Washington D.C. –  Congressman Doug Lamborn announces staff changes:

New Communications Director: Cassandra Sebastian

Congressman Doug Lamborn is pleased to announce the appointment of Cassandra Sebastian to the role of Communications Director for his office. She joined his staff in March and will work in dual capacity between the district office in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and the congressional office in Washington D.C.

Cassandra most recently served as the executive director for the El Paso County Republican Party and has a wealth of experience directing communications with non-profits, local and statewide community outreach, and issue campaigns. She holds a degree in Political Science from the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, and is a 2015 graduate of the Leadership Program of the Rockies. 

New Senior Veterans Liaison: Anthony Archer

Congressman Lamborn is pleased to announce the appointment of Anthony Archer to the role of Senior Veterans Liaison to his office. He joined his staff in March upon the retirement of Jim Tackett, and will be working in the district office in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Anthony is a retired SGM Combat Engineer and served in the United States Army. He retired in 2011 and has been working to help veterans across the United States access their DOD and VA benefits while working as a National Service Officer for the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and more recently for Wounded Warriors.

Congressman Lamborn issued the following statements:

"I would like to thank Jim Tackett for his service to our country (retired SGT Colorado National Guard- US Army) and to my office for the past three years. Jim has helped thousands of Veterans in Colorado's Fifth Congressional District access their benefits and get the care they needed to live their best lives. Congratulations on your retirement Jim, I wish you the very best."

"I welcome Cassandra and Anthony onto my team and look forward to the experience and energy they both bring. My entire staff does a fantastic job serving the constituents of Colorado's Fifth Congressional District. Their assistance will be critical as I work to protect Colorado families, the Constitution, and individual freedoms."