Swint Joins APCO as Senior VP
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Swint Joins APCO as Senior VP

Jennifer Swint, founder and former president of communication consulting firm Nine Dot Strategies, joins APCO Worldwide’s Washington, D.C., office. Swint is a senior vice president and the firm’s business development director for the North American region.

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WASHINGTON, D.C.—Jennifer Swint, founder and former president of communication consulting firm Nine Dot Strategies, joins APCO Worldwide’s Washington, D.C., office. Swint is a senior vice president and the firm’s business development director for the North American region.

 

Prior to her work with Nine Dot Strategies, Swint was an executive with the Atlantic Media Company, the parent company of the National Journal Group, The Atlantic and Government Executive publishing enterprises. As president of Atlantic Live, she focused on all non-publishing aspects of the company, managing events, research projects and other business-development and brand-extension opportunities.  She was also executive director of National Journal’s Policy Council, a membership organization with the goal of improving communication between advocacy and educational organizations and Capitol Hill, and managed the public relations departments for both The Atlantic and the National Journal Group.

 

Earlier in her career, Swint served as executive vice president and director of administration for Powell Tate|Weber Shandwick. Swint also spent five years at John Adams Associates, a public affairs agency specializing in environmental and energy issues, as vice president and director of client services.

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