iConstituent CEO Zain Khan to Speak at Connect14

WASHINGTON, DC, (Sep. 22, 2014) –  Zain Khan, Chief Executive Officer for iConstituent, will be one of the keynote speakers at the Connect14 Conference, a workshop held at Facebook’s campus located in Menlo Park. The Connect14 Conference focuses on how technology impacts local government, schools, non-profits, and the constituents these communities serve. Zain will advise government and nonprofit leaders on the impact of technology on government to citizen engagement. “I am honored to be one of the speakers at this year’s Connect14 conference,” Zain states. “I am especially excited to speak on a subject that I am so passionate about: the impact of technology on government to citizen engagement.”

This year’s Connect14 conference is hosted by San Mateo County’s Assembly Member Kevin Mullin and Supervisor Warren Slocum. The conference will explore the technology strengths, gaps, and gains of San Mateo County public schools, and showcase some of the best real-life uses of technology in the public and nonprofit sectors. Last year’s Connect13 explored the theme of Strengthening Communities through Social Media.

A recognized technology pioneer, innovator, entrepreneur and executive with nearly 15 years of experience in technology , Zain Khan is the founder and CEO of iConstituent a leader in cloud based government to constituent communications.

Through Zain’s leadership, iConstituent went from a start-up with just one product and a handful of clients to a company that powers the vast majority of Congressional eCommunications.
Prior to founding iConstituent, Zain had a background working in the tech industry with a number of eCommerce endeavors and startups. On the personal side, Zain always had an interest in government and politics. Founded in 2002, iConstituent allowed Zain to merge his professional experience with his interest in politics and begin his career in government-constituent communications. His expertise managing fast growth, internet software companies, coupled with a passion to enhance government-constituent communications has been critical to the company’s success.

From the beginning Zain has lead both the day to day business affairs for the company as well as developing and implementing iConstituent’s vision and business strategy. Through Zain’s leadership the company has successfully acquired a number of other companies, beginning with InterAmerica Technologies in 2010. Through that acquisition, iConstituent has become one of the leading providers of CRM to governments at all levels across the country.

As a result of his success with iConstituent, Zain is widely recognized as an expert in government-constituent communications and has been frequently interviewed on the subject by many respected news outlets, including National Public Radio, the Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post.

For more information about Zain Khan, contact Christopher Brooks or visit http://iconstituent.com.  

ICONSTITUENT® is a privately held corporation founded in 2002 and headquartered in Washington D.C. iConstituent’s mission is to foster communication between government and constituents through new channels and thereby transforming government-to-constituent communications and citizen engagement.  

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Greg Fickel Promoted to COO of iConstituent

WASHINGTON, DC, (Sep. 16, 2014) –  iConstituent announced today that current Director of Customer Support Operations, Greg Fickel, has been appointed Chief Operating Officer, a new position within iConstituent. Greg previously managed iConstituent’s support services and will report to Zain Khan, CEO of iConstituent.

“Greg Fickel brings years of experience working as a vendor to the Members of Congress to the table. His ability to work with House and Senate administration, Members, and our staff is second to none,” said Zain Khan, CEO of iConstituent. “I can think of nobody better than Greg Fickel to run iConstituent’s day-to-day operations, oversee our hardworking staff, and help iConstituent grow to its next level.”

Effective immediately, Greg will assume responsibility for and oversee development, operations, and support services within the organization. Greg will be responsible for management of iConstituent’s business in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate.

“I am both honored and humbled by the opportunity presented to me. iConstituent is uniquely positioned for growth in the coming months and into the future,” says Greg. “I am excited to work with all of the bright, talented, and motivated people within our organization to ensure we live up to ours, our clients’, and our contracting partners’ high standards.”

After earning his MCSE, Greg joined InterAmerica Technologies in 2000 as a Systems Integration Specialist supporting 12 U.S. House of Representatives offices. In 2003, Greg was promoted to Systems Integration Coordinator elevating support management to 52 House offices. In this capacity, Greg managed the migration of the Capitol Correspond clients to the House hosted version of Capitol Correspond 6. Moving to iConstituent, Greg became the U.S. House Customer Support Manager, supervising the support of over 250 House offices utilizing a range of products, including the Constituent Gateway and Capitol Correspond. Greg next moved into the Implementation Manager Position overseeing a dynamic team of Implementation Consultants ushering clients through the migration to the Gateway CRM.

In 2012, Mr. Fickel was the driving force behind iConstituent’s achieving CMMI Level 2 certification, and building sustainable processes to streamline operations. As the Director of Customer Support Operations, Greg oversaw iConstituent's Customer Service Center, monitoring for excellent service and quality assurance.

For more information about Greg Fickel, contact Christopher Brooks or visit http://iconstituent.com.  

ICONSTITUENT® is a privately held corporation founded in 2002 and headquartered in Washington D.C. iConstituent’s mission is to foster communication between government and constituents through new channels and thereby transforming government-to-constituent communications and citizen engagement.  

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