Joining many of the industry’s top executives and thought leaders, Ethan Andersen has been admitted to the Forbes Communications Council, an invitation-only community for executives in communications, marketing, and public relations.
Andersen, a communications director at Princeton Strategic Communications and the social media director of the New Jersey Young Democrats, was selected by a review committee based on the depth and diversity of his experience, including growth of business metrics, as well as personal and professional achievements and honors.
“This is about sharing insights in order to build a better communications community,” said Norris Clark, Managing Parter of Princeton Strategic Communications, “ and as a result, doing even better work for those we serve.”
As a member of the Council, Andersen will connect with other respected area professionals in a private forum. He will also be sharing his expert insights in original business articles on Forbes.com, as well as contributing to published Q&A panels alongside other experts.
“We are honored to welcome Ethan Andersen into the community,” said Scott Gerber, founder of Forbes Councils, the collective that includes Forbes Communications Council. “Our mission with Forbes Councils is to bring together proven leaders from every industry, creating a curated, social capital-driven network that helps every member grow professionally and make an even greater impact on the business world.”
Andersen has been with Princeton Strategic Communications since June 2018. In his capacity as a communications director, Andersen manages client accounts across industries; oversees strategic partners, associates, and interns; administers a range of communication deliverables to clients including media relations, digital communications, brand strategy, and crisis communications planning; and generates new business for the firm.
“Forbes has long been an indispensable resource to the business community,” said Andersen. “I’m looking forward to sharing my insights into the communications sphere with its audience.”