Tricia Ferrone is senior executive assistant to BPC’s president. Her professional experience spans more than 30 years working in government and politics. It includes serving as personal/executive assistant to former Senator John Kerry for 20 years, a period that encompassed three of the senator’s reelection campaigns, as well as his 2004 presidential campaign. Previously, Ferrone served as personal/confidential aide to the late Ambassador Morris B. Abram. Her work focused on managing his public appearances as well as overseeing his many-faceted life.
In 2008, she founded Capital LifeWorks, a personal consulting practice that assists current and former Capitol Hill staffers to make meaningful changes in their personal and professional lives. Ferrone holds a B.S. in behavioral and social sciences from the University of Maryland University College, and a master’s degree in developmental psychology from Johns Hopkins University. She is a certified personal life coach, yoga instructor, and Reiki practitioner.