FWD.us adds strength to communications efforts in the fight to pass commonsense immigration reform in 2017
WASHINGTON, DC – FWD.us is excited to announce the hire of Trevor Kincaid as Senior Communications Strategist. He will be based out of the organization’s Washington, DC, office.
Kincaid will join the senior staff and leadership team at FWD.us, where he will oversee the development and implementation of the organization’s communications strategy. His addition brings considerable strength and depth to FWD.us’ growing team ahead of the 2016 election, and push to make immigration reform a reality in 2017.
“Trevor’s leadership experience and strong communications background are a great addition to our senior staff team,” said FWD.us President Todd Schulte. “Trevor has a breadth of experience on the Hill working for both the Senate and the House that will support our efforts to pass bipartisan immigration reform legislation in 2017.”
Kincaid brings more than a decade of communications experience to FWD.us, having led high profile communications efforts on Capitol Hill and for multiple nonprofit organizations. He also oversaw communications for Senate and House campaigns.
Immediately before joining FWD.us, Kincaid served as Deputy Assistant U.S. Trade Representative in the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative at the White House, where he directed communications and messaging for President Obama’s trade, investment and development agenda.
Prior to serving in the Obama Administration, Kincaid worked as Sen. Claire McCaskill’s Communications Director in the Senate and Communications Director for Sen. Michael Bennet’s successful 2010 campaign in Colorado.
“FWD.us is a leader in the immigration reform effort and has been truly transformational in the push to pass commonsense legislation,” said Kincaid. “I’m excited to join the exceptionally talented team and begin the work of making immigration reform a reality. Over the next several months, we will continue working to establish FWD.us as the premiere, bipartisan resource for accurate analysis and responsible solutions in the immigration reform debate.”