“Man’s Search for Meaning” by Viktor E. Frankl, “The Architecture of Happiness” by Alain de Botton, “A Promised Land” by Barack Obama
Adele, Mumford & Sons, and anything Alternative Rock
Baking, drawing, meditating and practicing yoga
“Success isn’t about how much money you make. It’s about the difference you make in people’s lives.” —Michelle Obama
As a quick-thinking creative strategist with a decade of experience in the fast-paced communications industry, Nicole Kirgan’s policy and marketing expertise is an asset to Taft Communications’ team. Her background includes executing award-winning media campaigns, preparing government spokespeople for high-profile interviews, and responding to reporters under tight deadline pressure.
Beginning her career as a multimedia journalist with NJ Advance Media, Nicole covered the Mercer County area, writing front-page news stories on topics ranging from health and education to local government and politics. Nicole then served seven years in the public sector, first as risk communications manager and social media coordinator at the New Jersey Department of Health and then as director of communications at the Office of the Secretary of Higher Education.
Nicole earned an associate degree in liberal arts from Ocean County College and a bachelor’s degree in journalism and professional writing from The College of New Jersey. When she is not watching Disney+ with her two daughters, Nicole can be found strolling the Princeton and New Hope areas with a coffee in hand or practicing yoga and meditation.
Read more about the purpose-driven journey that led Nicole to Taft: Everyone is human, even Lois Lane