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Job Title: Principal and communications strategist

Organization: CKP Group

Degree(s): Bachelor's degree in government

Jeremy C. Little, principal, communications strategist has more than a decade of experience in strategic communications including public relations, media relations, social media marketing, public policy advocacy, and communications management consulting. He moved from the Northeast to Houston, Texas (for the second time) in 2016 to join CKP Group as a communications strategist. Little attended Colby College in Waterville, Maine graduating Cum Laude in 2005 with a bachelor of arts in government. Currently, he is working to finish a master of arts in English from Middlebury College’s prestigious Bread Loaf School in Middlebury, Vermont. Following graduation from Colby in 2005, Little worked as executive assistant to the Massachusetts Senate Minority Leader in Boston, Massachusetts focusing on correspondence, constituent relations, speechwriting, and community outreach. Little moved to Houston in 2007, and in 2008, he joined On the Mark Communications (OtMC) as its first associate, helping to build the firm from 2 to 16 clients in its first year. While with OtMC, Little managed media relations for an extensive portfolio of clients across Houston’s restaurant and hospitality. In 2012, Little relocated to the Washington, DC to serve as Senior Account Manager for CRC Public Relations specializing in public policy and issue advocacy PR. while with CRC, he managed media relations for the firm’s oldest anchor client working with national press including the New York Times, CNN, NBC News, ABC News, Fox News Channel, and The Wall Street Journal among many others. He also managed the day-to-day media relations campaigns for two No. 1 New York Times nonfiction best-sellers. he was recruited by Deloitte Consulting in 2014 to develop strategic communications plans for large government agencies including the Department of Veterans affairs.

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