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Janica Kyriacopoulos ’81

Janica Kyriacopoulos

Janica Kyriacopoulos ’81 is the founder and co-owner of Political Compliance Management Services in downtown Washington, DC, a federal campaign financial compliance firm that works with Democratic candidates for federal office. Janica worked as CFO for the presidential campaigns of candidates Gephardt, Kerry, and Obama. She was the CFO for the Obama-Biden 2009 Inaugural Committee, managing a multi-million dollar budget and coordinating the federal roles of the Department of Defense and the National Park Service. She also served as interim CFO for the national offices of Planned Parenthood Federation of America in New York City. She brings experience in supporting and interacting with boards, principals and senior staff of many different organizations as well as preparing financial statements and working with auditors and bank and legal staff to ensure compliance with various bond requirements. Janica earned her degree with an economics major at Earlham, and her husband Peter graduated from Earlham in ’80 with a political science major. They are parents to son Dylan ’13 and daughter Ilyah, who attended in 2011-12. Janica is a lifelong Quaker and grew up as a member of Western Yearly Meeting. Janica and Peter have been very involved alumni over the years, having served on their classes’ reunion committees, participating in Earlham Day related events, and working as admissions volunteers.  She begins her service to the Earlham Board in fall 2020.

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