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Koutsiouroumbas Joins Long Nyquist

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Leading Pennsylvania Public Affairs Firm Expands Philadelphia Presence


Harrisburg, PA: Long Nyquist & Associates announced today that Athan Koutsiouroumbas joined the firm as Managing Director of its Greater Philadelphia office, to be established this Spring.


“Athan will deepen the firm’s presence in the Delaware Valley while expanding our Federal practice,” said Mike Long, partner.

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“Athan’s perspective, experience and success in Greater Philadelphia, Washington, D.C, and Harrisburg add yet another dimension to the services our firm provides to achieve our client’s goals,” said Todd Nyquist, partner.


“People who want to get things done engage with Long Nyquist and Associates,” said Koutsiouroumbas, “We are results-driven.  I look forward to helping our clients succeed.”


Long Nyquist & Associates provides a wide range of public affairs services to help our clients take advantage of opportunities and mitigate risk in the political and policy environments. At our core, we are committed to serving our clients with the highest standards of performance, quality, and ethical conduct.


Biography of Athan Koutsiouroumbas:


Athan has earned a reputation for getting things done and earning wins.  His work in high-pressure, high-stakes situations has yielded him deep, meaningful relationships across the public, private and nonprofit fields.


As Chief of Staff to United States Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick, he was the lead strategist behind one of the most prolific “swing-seat” members of the United States House of Representatives.  He played a key role in advancing Financial Services Committee reforms aimed at curbing terror financing, strengthening the Federal reverse mortgage program and reducing unnecessary regulatory burdens on growing businesses.


Ranging from the rehabilitation of the 30th Street Post Office to protecting key reforms aimed at preserving open space, Athan was instrumental to the many successes of United States Senator Rick Santorum’s as his Director of Community and Economic Development.


In the private sector, Athan has advised the Pennsylvania Hybrid Learning Initiative which is recognized as one of the most successful models of transformative, technology-driven education in the country.  Additionally, he launched a coalition-based initiative which made Pennsylvania schools a national leader in broadband connectivity.  


He sits on the Advisory Board of the Matthew J. Ryan Center at Villanova University, is a member of the National Hellenic Society, and is the President of the Capitol Hill Hellenic Association.


Athan is a graduate of Villanova University, earning a B.A. in Honors, B.A. in Political Science and a certification in Russian Studies.  He, his wife Sara and their son Andrew live in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.  


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