Account Coordinator Joins Jones Public Affairs

From: Jones Public Affairs, Inc.
Published: Mon Jun 18 2007

Carrie Jones, principal and managing director of Jones Public Affairs, Inc., has announced that Rhonda Slater has joined the firm as account coordinator. In her position, Slater will manage financial operations, reporting services, and serve as a client liaison for all budget and billing activities.

Slater brings years of diverse administrative experience to the firm. She spent nine years as a primary teaching assistant working directly with teachers planning and instructing students with special needs at St. Mary, Star of the Sea School in Maryland. Before becoming an educator, Slater served as an executive assistant for the U.S. Energy Conservation Corporation where she aided the president and vice president of the company. Slater studied at the Washington School for Secretaries and received a certificate in Executive Secretary/Administrative Assistant.

"Rhonda’s a skilled account coordinator and we are very excited about what she can offer Jones Public Affairs and our clients," said Carrie Jones, principal and managing director of Jones Public Affairs. "Her maturity and problem-solving abilities will be a tremendous asset to the agency."

Jones Public Affairs offers a full range of services, including strategic counsel, global advocacy initiatives, customized and comprehensive public relations campaigns, media relations, and policy support and government relations. More information is available at

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