Mark Knoop is a veteran public relations professional and political consultant in South Carolina. Knoop brings to Kinetic Solutions a decade of experience in strategic communications, branding, and crisis management, and he has run large-scale state and national digital campaigns. He founded and leads the pro-business group Forward Charlotte, recently receiving accolades for "changing the course of City Council in Charlotte."
In 2018, Knoop served as South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson's Campaign Manager. Mark provides institutional knowledge of media in the Carolinas and has run organizations in a half dozen states. He has led numerous successful elections on both local and statewide levels in South Carolina and has extensive experience in marketing for both corporate and non-profit entities.
Alsager brings in-depth industrial and government relations experience to Kinetic having served for 11 years in leaderships roles within statewide agriculture trade associations and financial service institutions, and uses that background to help his clients successfully navigate the legislative and business process. His pragmatic approach to solving multifaceted problems and advancing solutions across party lines has enabled him to develop effective advocacy strategies on behalf of her clients. His diverse client experience includes advising an international agricultural groups on policy maker education, obtaining millions in public development incentives, navigating the regulatory process of financial services industry and working with college systems on the advancement of investments. Having a broad understanding of the legislative and regulatory process and how political and business hurdles often interfere, enables his to drive success for her clients
Matt Alsager, a Vice President at Kinetic Solutions, provides clients with expertise on the development and deployment of legislative, economic development and advocacy strategies. He specializes in agriculture, financial services, economic development, transportation and infrastructure issues and where these sectors connect with a broad range of policy, budget, and regulatory matters from production, research, health and food safety, to international trade and commerce.