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Nicholas J. Hemond, Esq.

Nicholas J. Hemond, Esq.

The key to successful issue campaigns is a clear and powerful message that connects with both decision makers and the public at large. His experience in proactive messaging, political coalition building, public relations, public policy and grassroots organization enable Nick Hemond to assist clients in crafting and executing an integrated strategy incorporating all of these essential elements. Nick works with legislative and executive leaders on a daily basis to ensure his clients’ interests are strongly and effectively communicated, understood and advanced.

Nick Hemond began working in politics while still a student at Providence College and has been involved in the various layers of Rhode Island politics ever since. He has served as an advisor and campaign consultant for members of the Providence City Council. Nick also led the research and communications departments for the Democratic nominee for governor of Rhode Island in 2010. After the campaign, he continued to remain politically active by co-founding a full-service political consulting firm based in Providence. The firm focused on providing numerous candidates for State Representative and State Senate with campaign services including grassroots organization building, campaign finance and public relations.

A lifelong Rhode Islander and resident of Providence, Nick attended Providence College where he received an Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science, with a concentration in Political Communication and Mass Media, as well as a certificate in Business Studies. After Providence College, Nick went on to obtain a law degree from the Roger William’s University School of Law.

In 2011, the Mayor of the City of Providence appointed Mr. Hemond to the Providence School Board, the entity responsible for overseeing the operations of the state’s largest school system. Mr. Hemond was elected chairperson of the Board’s Committee on Policy and also has served as Board Vice President. He also serves on the Executive Board of the Rhode Island Association of School Committees and a national purchasing board associated for large school systems.