D.C. bureau changes for NBC News

NBC News just tapped four folks for its Washington bureau's production team: Kristin DonnellyFrank ThorpAlexandra Moe and Abigail Williams.

Previously a senior producer for MSNBC and a producer for Jansing & Co., Donnelly is now White House producer.

"wow just saw the news about your move. congratulations! very exciting," MSNBC's Beth Fouhy tweeted Donnelly.

Currently House of Representatives producer, Thorp will soon be Senate producer.

"Exciting @NBCNews Capitol Hill team news: I'll be headed over to cover the Senate, & @AlexNBCNews will join our team covering the House!" Thorp tweeted.

And as you may have deduced from that tweet, Thorp’s successor is indeed Moe, who will assume the role of House of Representatives producer once she moves to D.C. from New York; she is finishing up as producer for the network’s New York bureau.

"Very excited to be joining the @NBCNews Capitol Hill team covering the House at the end of the month!!" Moe tweeted.

Finally, Williams is now State Department producer, after previously serving as general assignment producer.

"Also exciting: @Abs_NBC is now cover the State Dept for the Peacock, so everyone should follow her," Thorp advised.

Don’t forget - if you change your job in journalism or move to a different news organization, be sure to email Kirsten (kirsten [at] sawhorsemedia [dot] com) so we can reflect your new title. News job changes only, please! Thanks!

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