Recently, we have welcomed a number of wonderful and talented individuals to the S&W team. I am so impressed with the caliber of our new hires and am excited to see how we are able to better service our clients utilizing their expertise. However, I also want to take a moment to recognize one individual who is transitioning from full-time to associate status.
Matt Brown has recently announced that although he will no longer be serving in a full-time capacity, he will remain involved with his current clients as a Senior Consultant. Matt has done a fantastic job representing S&W in Washington D.C, managing some of our most important clients, and serving as the S&W point person for AFP, the Bridge Conference, and other professional groups.
For the last 14 years I have focused on our clients’ ability to make a powerful and lasting impact on their constituents and played a part in expanding the S&W footprint in Washington, DC and across the country. I have decided to transition to associate status in the hopes of spending more time with my family and pursuing my personal hobbies and interests. Nevertheless, I will remain a part of the S&W community and look forward to working on a small number of special projects and initiatives. My heartfelt thanks to Scott Schultz, Cathy Sterling, and all of my colleagues for their brilliance, unwavering support, and good cheer over the years.
– Matt Brown
I not only want to acknowledge Matt’s contribution to our firm, but would also like to point out that he is stealing my dream of moving to the country! Don’t worry, Matt, I won’t be moving into Green Acres next to you but I hope your life on the farm (I exaggerate) will be as fulfilling as I always imagined it would be. Congratulations and we look forward to working beside you in this new capacity as you realize your passions.