General News / Posted on July, 15 2015
Venn Strategies promoted three: Matt Pearce to vice president, Natascha Cumberlidge to assistant vice president and Chelsea Doubleday to associate. The firm also announced a pair of hires. Brian Beaty, who worked at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, will serve as a senior associate. Erica White, who formerly worked in the press shop of Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), joins the shop as an associate.
General News / Posted on July, 10 2015
VENN STRATEGIES ANNOUNCES PROMOTIONS, HIRES: Venn Strategies has promoted Matt Pearce to vice president, Natascha Cumberlidge to assistant vice president and Chelsea Doubleday to associate. The firm also announced that it had hired two new members to its team — Brian Beaty, who joined as a senior associate from public affairs firm Burness, and Erica White, who joined as an associate from public affairs firm Blakey & Agnew. Pearce joined the firm in 2013 from the U.S. Green Building Council and before that served as a legislative aide to former Rep. Earl Pomeroy.
General News / Posted on May, 13 2015
Venn Strategies, LLC, a leading public affairs and government relations firm named one of the fastest-growing private companies in America by Inc. 5000, announced today it promoted Matt Pearce to Vice President, Natascha Cumberlidge to Assistant Vice President and Chelsea Doubleday to Associate. The firm also announced that it had hired two new members to its team: Brian Beaty, who joined as a Senior Associate, and Erica White, who joined as an Associate.
General News / Posted on May, 13 2015 / Author: Tarini Parti
VENN STRATEGIES HIRES THREE FOR FINANCIAL SERVICES TEAM: Venn Strategies has made three new hires in an effort to grow its tax, financial service and retirement policy team. Michael Lanza, who previously served as legislative counsel for House Republican Conference Chairwoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers, has joined as a senior associate; Angela Hoague, who previously worked as executive assistant to former FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg, has joined as a special assistant; and Andrew Bariahtaris, who most recently worked at Blank Rome Government Relations, has joined as an associate.
General News / Posted on March, 30 2015 / Author: Kaitlyn Ridel
Massachusetts native Elizabeth Lee first found her passion for the health care industry during her freshman year of high school when she lost one of her teachers to AIDS.
General News / Posted on February, 25 2015
Venn Strategies, LLC, a leading national public affairs and government relations firm, announced today that Elizabeth Lee has joined the firm as a Principal. Lee brings to Venn the benefit of her years of top-level experience in the public health sector, having most recently served as Senior Policy Advisor to the Administrator of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and, before that, as a member of the Legislative Affairs team at the Department of Health and Human Services.
General News / Posted on January, 22 2015 / Author: Tarini Parti
FORMER GILLESPIE POLICY DIRECTOR JOINS VENN: Brian Robertson, who served as policy director for Republican Ed Gillespie’s Senate campaign against Sen. Mark Warner in Virginia, has been hired by Venn Strategies as a vice president. Robertson will be working on economic policy and messaging related to tax and retirement security, according to a statement from the firm. Before Gillespie’s campaign, Robertson served as senior policy adviser for the Joint Economic Committee.
General News / Posted on November, 5 2014 / Author: Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson
The View From A Democratic And Republican Strategist. Republicans won control of Congress in last night’s midterm elections. Two political strategists – one from each party – join us to discuss the results.
General News / Posted on October, 24 2014
VENN AND MONUMENT ALSO GROWING BY LEAPS AND BOUNDS: In our spreadsheet on Wednesday, we reported that six firms in our random and arbitrary sample were growing by more than double digits. We missed two in our own tabulation: Monument Policy Group and Venn Strategies also are on pace for a growth rate greater than 10 percent under our calculations.
General News / Posted on March, 14 2014 / Author: Marc Heller
Likely Impact March 14 (BNA) — How to treat small businesses is a big question for lawmakers seeking to overhaul the U.S. tax code—and one that Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) says isn’t getting enough attention.