I’ve been in Washington, DC for more than two decades, and I’ve seen a lot. From my post here, I watch—and work to shape—how new technologies, new information, and new industries are perceived, funded and--importantly--regulated. I help existing industries stay relevant and hold their ground, and my team and I work with many organizations—academic, non-profit, research--that are all working to make the world a better place in their own way.
I’ve worked on programs, issues and campaigns from many perspectives--working on clean energy issues like helping Hyundai raise awareness of hydrogen fuel cell technology and unveiling The George Washington University Solar Institute, to helping the Embassy of Korea launch the U.S. Korea Connect Program to helping build the Campaign for 21st Century Retail-- to name just a few. That diversity of experience helps me to look at issues and challenges both holistically and strategically. I also have built a team here in DC that knows exactly how to drive information and messages in the constantly evolving communications ecosystem.
Finn Partners does that too—we take the best of our heritage, expertise and know-how, and combine that with an up-to-the-moment understanding of communications trends, channels and influencers. I think it’s a winning combination, and I’m excited to be a part of it.