Louisville’s largest public relations firm continues to expand with addition of senior strategist Dominic Manecke

C2 Strategic Communications is excited to announce the latest addition to its all-star team of public relations professionals. Dominic Manecke, an award-winning communications expert with extensive experience working alongside a multitude of corporate leaders and government officials, joins C2 Strategic as senior strategist in its Louisville headquarters.

Dominic comes to C2 Strategic after more than 12 years working in and around Capitol Hill, where he most recently guided all communications and outreach efforts for U.S. Congresswoman Joyce Beatty (Ohio) and the Congressional Black Caucus, as well as assisting with the House Financial Services Committee.

Prior to serving as communications director and senior advisor to Chairwoman Beatty, Dominic was a communications specialist for National Disability Institute, empowering Americans with and without disabilities to build brighter futures for their families and themselves. During his tenure, he spearheaded the $4+ million nationwide MyFreeTaxes campaign and conceptualized the $5 million federally funded R.O.A.D.S. to Financial Independence initiative.    

A native Kentuckian, Dominic is ready to continue making a difference and cement positive change for the people and projects that make Kentucky and Indiana strong.

C2 Strategic Communications is a full-service public relations and marketing agency headquartered in Louisville with offices in Lexington, Kentucky and Indianapolis, Indiana. C2 Strategic works with clients from business, government and non-profit organizations to help them strategically craft their messages and deliver transformational change. 

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