Sean Tenner


A native of Naperville, IL and a graduate of Georgetown University in Washington, DC, Sean Tenner has nearly 20 years of political campaign management, issue advocacy and non-profit/foundation consulting experience.

Martha Burns

Martha Burns is an accomplished community leader and advocate who has had great success coordinating both electoral and issue advocacy campaigns. She served as President of the Evanston Township High School (ETHS) Board after being elected by the voters in her community by large margins.

Mary Ruth Coffey


Mary Ruth Coffey utilizes her vast experience in the fields of non-profit management, development, communications and advocacy to assist KNI clients.

Thom Karmik

Thom Karmik has a unique set of relationships and skills developed through his more than 25 years in journalism and politics.

Sean Gordon

Creative Director

Sean comes from a fine arts background, and incorporates those sensibilities into the work he produces. Design was an early passion – producing his first corporate logo at the age of 11 (Computer Cable Company, which is still used by the firm to this day) only whet his appetite for the industry.

Reverend Mitchell Johnson

Reverend Mitchell Johnson has been a Chicagoland community leader for over two decades. He and his wife, Cook County Judge Sharon O. Johnson, live with their wonderful children in Calumet City, Illinois.


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