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Ethan Andersen. (Photo: Princeton Strategic Communications).

Andersen returns to Princeton Strategic Communications as a partner

By David Wildstein, December 13 2021 9:11 am

Ethan Andersen, who started out in New Jersey politics as a fellow on Cory Booker’s first United States Senate campaign eight years ago, is now a partner at Princeton Strategic Communications.

The firm is an arm of Princeton Public Affairs, one of the state’s leading public affairs firms.

Andersen worked at the Trenton-based firm from 2018 to 2020, when he joined United Bank for Africa as the U.S. Head of Marketing and Corporate Communications.

“In his first two and a half years at PSC, Ethan delivered outstanding results for our clients and the firm,” said another partner, Norris Clark. “I was glad to see Ethan gain the experience of marketing a global bank, and now I am thrilled to see him return as a Partner, playing a role in managing our day-to-day operations, strategic processes, and business development efforts.”

He also served a director of operation and digital engagement for a 501 (c)4  non-profit, Celebrate New Jersey Now, and as the treasurer for a super PAC built to help Gov. Phil Murphy’s 2017 campaign.

“PSC does incredible work on behalf of its clients, and I am overjoyed to return to the company,” Andersen stated. “I am so grateful to the Princeton family, particularly Norris Clark and Dale Florio, for extending this opportunity to me.”

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