Women & Business Oct. 2017: Abigail Gardner
Self-described as “candid” and “tenacious,” Abigail Gardner chose the name of her firm, Scottie Public Affairs, to reflect the hard work she would put in for her clients.
“The reason I picked the name Scottie is in part because of Scottish heritage, but because terriers have this reputation for being fighters and being loyal, and I wanted my clients to know I would bring that approach in working for them,” she says.
As the owner and founder, Gardner works to help clients, who are usually issue advocacy groups or in the corporate or political world, tell a story and connect with the audiences that matter.
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