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Promotions at Front Porch
May 3, 2012 by admin

Columbus, OH—Front Porch Strategies CEO Matt Parker announced the promotions of two prominent team members at the firm.

PJ Wenzel, who has been with the firm since 2009, has been named President of the firm. While Matt Parker will continue to manage the firm’s financial and long-term business decisions, PJ will immediately assume the day-to-day responsibilities of Front Porch Strategies.

Parker said of Wenzel’s promotion, “PJ Wenzel is one of the hardest-working and brightest operatives in Republican politics. PJ not only provides top-level strategic advice to our clients, but he is a humble and effective leader of our team. Most importantly, PJ’s unyielding faith in Jesus Christ guides all of his thoughts and actions. There is nobody I would rather have leading our team on a day-to-day basis than PJ Wenzel.”

Brian Osborne, who has also been with the firm since 2009, has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer. Brian will take a more active role in providing strategic advice to Front Porch’s clients and will continue to oversee all of the firm’s operations.

Parker said of Osborne’s promotion, “I can’t say enough about Brian Osborne. Brian has grown into one of the nation’s top voter contact strategists, and his organizational and management skills are second to none. So much of our firm’s success over the past few years can be directly attributed to Brian Osborne’s ingenuity and diligence.”

Parker concluded, “We are blessed with an excellent team at Front Porch Strategies. Just five short years ago I started the firm in the basement of my house, and today we have ten team members who all play a major role in our success. I am thankful to God for the clients we have been able to serve, and I am looking forward to serving new clients in the future. We truly enjoy coming to work every day and serving public officials and candidates at all levels of government as they work to tackle the difficult problems of our day.”



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