On every winning team, there are key players who keep the wheels turning toward triumphs extraordinary and commonplace. Tammi Kleszics is one such contributor at Princeton Strategic Communications, which she joined in the spring of 2020 as an administrative assistant.

“My mother was a secretary – growing up, I just wanted to be like her,” says the Burlington County native, whose roots run deep there. “I enjoy getting that difficult meeting scheduled and the thought that I assisted in having a person’s day flow better.”

Although new to PSC, she’s hardly a stranger to the award-winning organization’s busy office in Trenton. August 2020 marks 24 years for Kleszics with the sister firm Princeton Public Affairs Group. In both cases, she says in a nutshell, “I organize people’s professional lives!”

“I was told that Norris needed some help and I was happy to assist,” she says of PSC’s managing partner. “My job is the same concept, but with a very different service. I am enjoying learning the marketing communications field. I also like that I can help coordinate our sister firms for our clients.”

Tammi puts to good use at both firms the associate’s degree in business that she earned at Burlington County Community College. The choice of a school for her higher education is no surprise: Her family has been in the area since the roads were paved.

“I grew up in Mount Holly/Lumberton. I went to the same high school my parents did,” she explains. “My husband Ken and I went to high school together, and now my daughter goes there. I love Rancocas Valley High School.”

Her dedication to work, however, is not her end all and be all.

“The most important thing in my life is my family,” says the mom of a teenage girl and boy. “My kids are very active in sports. We spend our nights and weekends on a field. My husband and I usually divide and conquer!

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