We provide the hidden ingredient.
The difference between a victorious candidate and a losing candidate is oftentimes undetectable from the public’s perspective. They both work hard. They both seem serious and have strong opinions on the issues of the day. Yet donors, officials, and voters all seem to flock to one candidate over the other. Why does this happen?
We identify and communicate your core vision.
Cor Strategies specializes in finding your core and then reflecting that across your brand through cutting-edge marketing techniques. Our marketing and communications campaigns are personalized and targeted to ensure maximum effectiveness for your unique needs and budget.
We do. Let the others talk a big game.
Too many want to simply talk politics, acting as if this is a game that we are playing. We understand that those who make the sacrifice to get involved in politics are putting their names and futures on the line to make their community a better place. We count it an honor to fight by your side and work tirelessly to help you achieve success.
Why Government Facilitator?
Nina Verghese handles public affairs for Cor Strategies’ clients. With experience working on both sides of the curtain in DC and Illinois, she has the knowledge, experience, and contacts necessary to help our public and private sector clients develop and successfully implement public affairs strategies.
Nina Verghese is a public affairs and public relations specialist with experience in developing relations and public affairs campaigns on behalf of a variety of companies including non-profits, trade organizations and Fortune 500 companies.
Her experience includes several years at global public relations and communications firm Burson-Marsteller and in a variety of political and campaign related positions in Washington, DC.
Originally from the Washington DC area, Verghese graduated from St. Mary’s College of Maryland where she double-majored in history and political science, played on the college tennis and was member of the honors program. Her charitable activities include volunteering at soup kitchens and food banks and serving on the board of a start-up. She is very interested in advancing economic and academic opportunities for underprivileged children through mentorships.
In her free time Verghese can be found participating in just about anything athletic, studying Spanish, taking classes at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, enjoying a good book and working to improve her cooking skills.