PCI Senior Account Executive Frances Reimers has been selected to join the Advisory Board of Alexandria-based not-for-profit, the National Foundation to End Senior Hunger (NFESH).
PCI Senior Account Executive Frances Reimers Joins National Foundation to End Senior Hunger Advisory Board; Will provide strategic outreach leadership to help alleviate senior hunger
Alexandria, VA – PCI Senior Account Executive Frances Reimers has been selected to join the Advisory Board of Alexandria-based not-for-profit, the National Foundation to End Senior Hunger (NFESH).
“We are honored to have Frances join our Leadership Advisory Board,” said NFESH President and CEO Enid Borden. “A large part of our mission is raising awareness that this problem exists and starting the conversation with others about how we can work together to prevent and end senior hunger. I know Frances can help us draw attention to this hidden issue and am delighted that she is committed to our cause.”
Reimers oversees strategic marketing and creative projects for PCI, a national marketing and creative production agency headquartered in Alexandria. PCI clients include the Washington Nationals, Smithsonian Institution, Crystal Run Healthcare, National Biodiesel Board, and the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE). Reimers also contributes to the company’s business and client development efforts, including the selection and management of its pro bono initiatives.
“The time to deal with senior hunger is now. Addressing senior hunger is more than just providing a hot meal; there are financial and healthcare implications that will affect us all if we do not take action. I am honored to use my skillset and resources to help advance such an important cause,” said Reimers.
Prior to joining PCI, Reimers served as the Communications & Programs Manager for Sister Cities International, where she led outreach for 135 partnerships worldwide and the marketing for a $7.5 million Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation grant for African infrastructure building. As Manager of ASAE’s Greater Washington Network, she implemented over 100 educational and networking events yearly, and led volunteer creative projects.
Reimers is a sought-after speaker on marketing and event topics, and active with the ASAE Political Action Committee and Urban Alliance. She served on the Board of Directors for the Young Nonprofit Network and Washington Women in Public Relations, and founded the Greater Washington Clothing Swap.
NFESH is committed to breaking the cycle of senior hunger. NFESH commissions research from America’s foremost authorities in the fields of aging, healthcare, and senior hunger. NFESH also conducts in-house research and analysis on salient issues that impact an aging population and the prevention of senior hunger, in the belief that the best possible way to end senior hunger is through prevention.