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New Lobbying Crew on the Menu

Frost, who retired in April, was most recently head of the Army and Air Force Exchange Service.

"As one of the women who benefited from AAUW's fight for education and equity, I am thrilled to head the organization," she said.

Frost is married to former House member Martin Frost (D-Tex.).

Luntz Sells, Repackages Research Firm

Frank Luntz sold Alexandria-based Luntz Research Cos. , his market research and consulting firm, to the Omnicom Group. The new shop will be Luntz, Maslansky Strategic Research and will specialize in "language development for issue advocacy, brand positioning, labor negotiations and crisis communications for public affairs and corporate clients," according to a release.

Luntz, known for his advice on the use of language in voter appeals, is so fluent with televised focus groups that radio host Don Imus once called him "a game show host with these undecided voters."

Tops at Wildlife

Carter S. Roberts , chief conservation officer of the World Wildlife Fund, will be moving up to head the organization as chief executive, succeeding Kathryn S. Fuller .

Before joining WWF, Roberts was at the Nature Conservancy.

"Carter Roberts is a dedicated environmentalist with strong experience running field conservation programs. He brings an exemplary record of achieving meaningful results to preserve endangered places and species," William K. Reilly , chairman of the WWF board, said in a statement.

On the Move

Tucker Foote has stepped into MasterCard International, where he is a new director of government affairs. Earlier, he worked for the House Financial Services Committee.

Jon Huenemann , a former assistant U.S. Trade rep and more recently leader of Fleishman-Hillard Government Relatio ns trade, investment and global markets practice, has joined Miller & Chevalier as senior policy adviser in the law firm's trade policy group.

Elvis Oxley , former executive director of the Ripon Society, has joined the Cosmetic, Toiletry, and Fragrance Association as its senior director for government affairs. Oxley said he will be focusing on tax and trade issues.

Susan R. Firth , education adviser to the House Appropriations' Labor, HHS, Education subcommittee, has joined B&D Sagamore as a vice president.

Susan E. Nelson , a GOP campaign strategist, has traded the Federalist Group for the Loeffler Group . Earlier, she was the finance director of the Republican Governors Association, and deputy national finance director for the 1996 presidential campaign of Phil Gramm (R-Tex.). Tom Loeffler , former Republican House member from Texas, was Gramm's national finance chairman.

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