Areas of focus
- Government Affairs
- Media Relations
- Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, University of Central Florida
Nicole Gomez is an associate at LSN Partners and works with clients on a variety of state and local matters.
Throughout her career in the public and private sectors, Nicole has demonstrated a keen ability to find outstanding solutions for her clients and colleagues – implementing government relations strategies, liaising with local and state officials and agencies, developing and administering operational budgets, developing and overseeing media and communications on high-profile issues and events, and serving as a valued change agent and advocate.
Prior to joining LSN, she served as Chief of Staff to the City of North Miami Beach Mayor and Commission and led the Division of Public Affairs and Community Engagement. There, she responsible for the operation and budget for both divisions, including the coordination of policy and legislation, external affairs, and communication. Among her accomplishments at the city, Nicole created, developed and implemented all of the strategic municipal communications. Additionally, she secured hundreds of thousands in local sponsorships, and her efforts in working with the Florida Legislature resulted in over $1 million in State appropriations for local roadways, waterways, and historic restoration projects.
In addition to this, Nicole has experience with local and statewide campaigns. In 2014, she worked on Governor Scott’s re-election and most recently led the fundraising efforts for the $439 million General Obligation Bond for Miami Beach.
Nicole graduated from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science. A Miami native, with fluency in Spanish, Nicole is an active community leader and volunteer for numerous organizations, including the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Friends of the Israel Defense Force Young Leaders – Miami Chapter and was recently appointed to serve on the Governing Board of the Children’s Trust in Miami-Dade County by Governor Scott.