NP Strategy Expands; Adds Jean Cecil Frick as Senior Advisor
February 6, 2018
With more than a decade of experience in the private, public and non-profit sectors, Jean Cecil Frick joins NP Strategy (NPS+) as a senior strategic advisor. Jean Cecil has built a career in Washington, DC and South Carolina by giving expert advice and building trusted relationships.
“We are thrilled to welcome Jean Cecil to the team,” said Leighton Lord, Managing Director of NPS+. “Jean Cecil’s broad experience in the highest levels of government to growing a business in South Carolina brings a unique perspective to our clients.”
Jean Cecil most recently served as the CEO of a start-up web development firm in Columbia, SC. Her career started in Washington, DC where she served in the George W. Bush Administration as a Senate liaison in the White House Office of Legislative Affairs and as a legislative specialist for Vice President Cheney’s Senate Office on Capitol Hill. Jean Cecil began her career in Washington, DC working for U.S. Senator Jim DeMint.
“Joining the NP Strategy team allows me to combine the best of my experiences in both South Carolina and Washington, DC to work on behalf of our clients,” said Jean Cecil Frick. “I am excited to help businesses and organizations in the Carolinas grow.”
Jean Cecil’s background also includes work with the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce and the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce.
“Jean Cecil’s professional network and commitment to helping clients achieve their goals will be indispensable to our team,” said Heather Matthews, Director of NPS+. “As a native of Spartanburg, we look forward to Jean Cecil growing NP Strategy’s presence in the Upstate and throughout the Carolinas.”
Frick will be working with businesses, individuals and non-profit entities with a focus on communications, public relations and community assessment out of the firm’s Columbia, SC office.
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