Tricia Ferrone was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. When she was just a child, her mother introduced her to the world of Broadway, which sparked Tricia’s passion for live theatre that has grown continuously stronger over the years.
While still living in New York, Tricia served as chief of staff to the late Ambassador Morris B. Abram, a highly-respect and accomplished diplomat. In
1988, she moved to Washington, DC and began serving as personal assistant to then Senator John Kerry. Her 20-year tenure with Senator Kerry encompassed three of the senator’s reelection campaigns, as well as his 2004 president campaign.
A few years after she began her work on the Hill, a colleague invited her to see Keegan’s production of “Side Man,” which was all it took for her to fall in love with Keegan Theatre. She has been attending Keegan productions ever since. She is extremely proud to be a supporter of Keegan Theatre and honored to be a member of its Board of Directors.
When Tricia retired from the Senate in 2008, she founded Capital LifeWorks, a personal life coaching and consulting practice originally developed to provide coaching and wellness services to Hill staffers. Over the years, her clientele has expanded to include people living across the United States and working in a variety of professions. A certified coach, Reiki practitioner, and yoga instructor, Tricia still maintains a connection to Capitol Hill and politics by serving as senior executive assistant to the President of the Bipartisan Policy Center.