Richard G. Nordin, Founder and President
Richard Nordin came to Washington in 1990 to work in the first Bush Administration at The White House. As a political appointee he came to know first hand how the business of the government actually works. After spending a year in the Office of Presidential Personnel he moved within the Administration to the US Department of Agriculture as Deputy Director of Congressional Affairs for the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation. After getting the key agency experience he moved on to Capitol Hill. As a staff assistant he worked with the House Republican Leadership and gained invaluable knowledge of legislation and policy issues.

After spending a number of years in Washington, Richard Nordin utilized both his political and Congressional experience to begin a career in advertising. It became evident that Richard Nordin would become very successful with a number of publications including The Washington Times & The Hill Newspaper. It was during this time, in the realm of advocacy and issue advertising; it became apparent that there was a void in the marketplace. Hence, the creation of GroupNordin.

Rebecca Bell Nordin, Director of Creative Services

Amy K. Holmes, Director of Information Technology Design