Ethan Andersen, who worked for the Committee to Build the Economy, an independent expenditure on behalf of Phil Murphy’s 2017 campaign for governor, will join Princeton Strategic Communications later this month.
He will run communications for PSC, which is part of the Princeton Public Affairs Group.
Andersen is the social media director of the New Jersey Young Democrats and director of operations and digital engagement for Celebrate New Jersey Now.
“We welcome the bright and talented Ethan Andersen to Princeton Strategic Communications,” says Norris Clark, managing partner at the marketing and communications firm. “Ethan has distinguished himself numerous ways in the public and political arenas, and we’re excited to have him on board.”
Andersen was an account manager with Nison Consulting, a public-relations firm specializing in the cannabis industry; and as the New Jersey campaign manager for Compassion & Choices, a nonprofit organization working to improve patients’ rights and individual choice at the end of life.
“I’m thrilled to be joining Princeton Strategic Communications,” says Andersen. “I’ll be working alongside some of the brightest, most dedicated professionals in the field, all of whom are deeply committed to the core of communications: telling and sharing stories to promote organizations, market companies, build communities, and enhance reputations.”