Kim Cusimano


Manager, Government & Public Affairs

Sasol-North American Operations


Regions
SWLA
Geo Area
Region 5


Kim Cusimano joined Sasol in 2014 and currently serves as manager of government and public affairs for Sasol North American Operations. Responsibilities include managing Sasol’s relationships with key stakeholders within state, federal and international governments and industry trade groups. Kim also serves as Sasol’s chief company spokesperson with Tier One business, financial and trade media.

Before joining Sasol, Kim was an associate with Harris, DeVille & Associates, a well-respected Louisiana public and government affairs firm, where she managed numerous United States and international energy and chemical client portfolios and specialized in crisis communications, community relations and government affairs.

Kim is a Louisiana State University graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications and a Master of Arts in Liberal Arts, with concentrations in public affairs and political communication. Before taking up her post with Sasol, she was also an adjunct professor at LSU’s Manship School of Mass Communications.

Kim Cusimano joined Sasol in 2014 and currently serves as manager of government and public affairs for Sasol North American Operations. Responsibilities include managing Sasol’s relationships with key stakeholders within state, federal and international governments and industry trade groups. Kim also serves as Sasol’s chief company spokesperson with Tier One business, financial and trade media.

Before joining Sasol, Kim was an associate with Harris, DeVille & Associates, a well-respected Louisiana public and government affairs firm, where she managed numerous United States and international energy and chemical client portfolios and specialized in crisis communications, community relations and government affairs.

Kim is a Louisiana State University graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications and a Master of Arts in Liberal Arts, with concentrations in public affairs and political communication. Before taking up her post with Sasol, she was also an adjunct professor at LSU’s Manship School of Mass Communications.


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