NAPLES, FLORIDA – The Foundation for Government Accountability is announcing the selection of Chris Cinquemani as FGA Vice President. Cinquemani’s past experiences in politics and public policy provide him a unique perspective to help advance the Foundation’s principles of free enterprise and limited government, and to raise awareness of Florida’s newest free market think tank.
A native of New York, Cinquemani most recently served as director of communications at The Maine Heritage Policy Center, the Portland, Maine-based think tank formerly headed by FGA President and Chief Executive Officer Tarren Bragdon. He previously served as field coordinator and communications director for a 2006 Maine Taxpayer Bill of Rights/Smart Cap citizen initiative, communications director for the Maine Senate Republican Office in 2007, as state director of a 2007 referendum to preserve Maine’s term limits laws, as state chairman of a 2009 citizen initiative to reduce Maine’s vehicle excise tax, and as public affairs director and legislative liaison for Maine Leads, a free market citizen action and advocacy group.
As FGA Vice President, Cinquemani will execute the Foundation’s outreach operations to the public and the media, and oversee policy initiatives
related to government transparency and Floridians’ Right to Know.
“Chris is a passionate, talented professional with a record of success in our free market movement,” Bragdon said. “I am excited to once again be working with him. As a communicator and an advocate for freedom, Chris is a welcomed addition to Florida, and to FGA.”
Chris Cinquemani may be reached by calling the Foundation for Government Accountability at 239.244.8808 ext. 2, or by e-mailing email@example.com.
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