Our Team

Jamie FontaineFounder & President

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When she launched Fontaine & Company in 2008, Jamie identified three core tenets to represent the principles and practices she would provide every client. Coupling her well-honed political organizing skills with 21st century media savvy, Fontaine put her 15 years experience successfully managing electoral campaigns to fill the critical – yet often neglected – role of grassroots advocacy in public policy making. (Read More)

Sloane WhelanSenior Campaign Director

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Sloane joined Fontaine & Company in March of 2014 and brought extensive experience in policy advocacy, project management, and grassroots organizing at the local and national levels. In her current role at Fontaine and Company as Senior Campaign Director, Sloane runs the firm’s electoral and issue advocacy field campaigns. (Read More)

Erica ReardonCampaign Director

Before joining Fontaine & Company, Erica spent the 2014 election cycle with the political team at Victory Fund, the nation’s largest LGBT political action committee. Prior to that she worked with the American Hospice Foundation to plan and implement an online educational library as well as national press and communications outreach surrounding the Affordable Care Act hospice guidelines and consumer reporting. She also coordinated seminars nationwide on pain management for dementia patients.

Erica started in policy education and outreach working with the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN). (Read More)

Kathryn GilleyAdministrative Assistant

Kathryn discovered her love of community organizing in 2013 when she interned with the field team on the Terry McAuliffe for Governor Campaign in Virginia. She received her BA in International Studies in 2014 from Washington College, on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. While in school, Kathryn worked as an Administrative Assistant for the Office of Student Affairs and as a Media Relations Assistant for the Office of College Relations & Marketing. She also served as a student representative on the International Education Committee and as vice president of an academic enrichment society.

Born and raised in Richmond, Virginia, Kathryn now lives in Baltimore with her one-eyed cat, Tabitha. She is an equestrian and enjoys speaking German and eating sushi.