Team“Meet our Team”
Jamel C. Holley, MPA
Jamel Holley has been regarded as one of the most engaged young elected officials in the State of New Jersey. Known for his spirited energy and focus, Jamel has incorporated advocacy with accomplishment to improve issues important to stakeholders. His demonstrated leadership has allowed him to bridge many gaps and foster relationships with the state’s most prominent local, county, state and federal officials. He was appointed in 2001 as Chief of Staff in New Jersey’s 20th Legislative District which earned him recognition as the youngest Legislative Chief of Staff in the State of New Jersey. In his role, Holley was responsible for coordinating political and constituency outreach programs, supervising legislative departments and projects, and meeting with lobbyists, community leaders and local, state and federal officials.
In 2004, Holley became the youngest elected official in Union County when he was elected as Councilman At-Large of the Borough of Roselle, New Jersey. Holley currently serves as Council President for the Borough. Holley earned his Bachelor of Science Degree from New Jersey City University, and holds a Masters Degree of Public Administration from Kean University. Contact Jamel
Ed is the founder and CEO of Millennium Strategies, one of FPS’ corporate partners. Millennium is one of New Jersey’s largest grant writing firms and provides service for over 25 governmental entities in the Garden State. Prior to the formation of Millennium Ed served as Chief of Staff to Congressman Bill Pascrell, Jr. (NJ-8) for seven years. As the highest ranking member of the team, Ed was responsible for oversight of all facets of Pascrell’s offices in both Washington, D.C. and New Jersey. In addition, Ed served as Chairman of the Board at Passaic County Community College. Ed’s vast experience working in and with different levels of government is a valuable asset to Front Porch clients who wish to access government in order to achieve their business goals.
Andrew V. Sinclair
With over 15 years of experience in New Jersey, Andrew manages a diverse client portfolio that spans transportation, energy, and economic development. In addition, Andrew specializes in public contracting at the state, county and municipal level.
Prior to joining Princeton Public Affairs Group and Front Porch Strategies, Andrew served as Special Assistant to the Commissioner of Transportation during the administrations of Governor Christine Todd Whitman and Acting Governor Donald DiFrancesco. In this capacity he was involved in complex issues ranging from public/private partnerships, access permits, aviation and grants and funding to mitigating community opposition to transportation projects. Andrew represented and acted for the Commissioner on the NJ Commerce and Economic Growth Commission, the New Jersey Alliance for Action and the Home Port Alliance for the USS New Jersey.
Andrew holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Delaware and the Management Institute of the Northeast Association of State Transportation Officials. He is a graduate of Leadership New Jersey and was awarded the prestigious Leadership New Jersey Program Development Award for organizing the annual Forum on the Future of New Jersey. Andrew resides in Metuchen with his wife Jennifer and their three children. Contact Andrew