|Kathy Groob is a successful executive with 30 years experience. She is an entrepreneur and small business owner who has served as a senior executive of a $178 million regional real estate development and construction services firm. In addition to November Strategies, she is a co-founder of Emerge Kentucky, a recruitment and training program for Democratic women, is the publisher of ElectWomen Magazine and is the author of Pink Politics. Kathy entered politics in 2000 when she completed her successful campaign for Ft. Mitchell City Council. She served two terms and ran for the Kentucky senate in 2008, receiving 49.5% of the vote. Kathy was recently appointed by Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear to the Northern Kentucky Convention Center Board.|
|Angie Cain, former district director and lead fundraiser for Congressman Ken Lucas, got her start in 1995 as the campaign coordinator for Kentucky Senator Joe Meyer, where she first learned the nuts and bolts of grassroots organizing and fundraising. Angie earned her B.A. in political science from Northern Kentucky University, then after a stint in regional economic development, began her 10-year career with Ken Lucas, including serving as the finance director for the Ken Lucas for Congress campaign in 1998.
After Congressmen Lucas’ victory, Angie moved to Washington, D.C. as a legislative assistant. In 2000, Angie was promoted to District Director in the Ft. Mitchell office, and stayed involved as his political director for the 2000 and 2002 re-election campaigns. When Congressman Lucas decided not to seek a fourth term in 2004, Angie became a consultant for several campaigns including Nick Clooney for Congress. In 2006 Angie joined November Strategies and is today considered one of the premier campaign fundraising consultants in Kentucky. She has worked with state legislative candidates, judges, local city officials and candidates for Congress and U.S. Senate.
In 2010, Angie was appointed by Governor Steve Beshear to serve on the Board of Directors of the Kentucky Authority for Educational Television (KET).
|Vicki Prichard, works with political, business and non-profit clients for fundraising, communications, public relations and public affairs. Prior to joining November Strategies, Vicki was Director of Development Communications at Northern Kentucky University. She has covered Northern Kentucky as associate editor and political reporter with The Sunday Challenger newspaper, and contributing writer for The Kentucky Post.
Vicki has covered statewide issues and politics as associate producer for Kentucky Educational Television. In 2006, she scripted the Emmy-winning documentary Where the River Bends: A History of Northern Kentucky, for KET. Vicki is also a free-lance writer and television host for the weekly public affairs program, Community Report, with the InterCommunity Cable Regulatory Commission, ICRC-TV, in Sharonville.
|Jeff Groob is founder and principal consultant at November Strategies, LLC. Jeff has been a entrepreneur and management consultant for over 30 years, advising business owners and executives on leadership, management, strategic planning, marketing, and organizational development issues. He has worked for many high-profile local and national clients as a trusted advisor, and has worked in multiple extended engagements as a President and CEO.
Prior to focusing his strategic marketing and new media technology talents to the political realm, Jeff’s was President of First Mobile Technologies, a subsidiary of a $6 billion publicly-held British company, where as part of a successful turnaround he negotiated a major strategic partnership with Dell Computer. Jeff has served as CEO of SensorScript Corporation, as well as managed a standalone business unit for a division of Rockwell Automation. His career started in international marketing for General Electric Aircraft Engines. Jeff is a widely-recognized and sought-after speaker on business management topics, and is an adjunct professor of business at NKU and Thomas More College .
In 2010, Jeff was appointed by Governor Steve Beshear to serve on the Board of Directors of Gateway Community Technical College.