Call T. Jerry Williams now about representing you before the 2020-2021 North Carolina General Assembly. Just telephone 919.649.5941.
Special Areas of Lobbying Practice Taxes Transportation Commerce Economic Development Education Budget/Appropriations Government/State and Local Issues Travel/Tourism Food Industry/Food Security Alcoholic Beverage Industry Agriculture Mental Health Public Health Natural/Environmental Resources Rail Labor/Workplace Maritime/Boating/Fisheries
or General Businesses Issues
Note, he does not accept clients unless he feel he can benefit them.
T. Jerry is also interested in representing clients in the field of communications, energy and technology before the North Carolina General Assembly and serving as their client liaison with state regulatory agencies. He believes there will be a substantial increase in communication, energy requirements and numerous technology (IT) changes over the next decades. Consider making T. Jerry part of your strategic plan. He will be an asset!
This seasoned lobbyist and consultant also understands the membership dynamics of corporate boards, trade associations and coalitions. His regular legislative reports have been invaluable to his clients. His previous experience in banking and broadcasting have also provided him with an understanding of finances and public relations; allowing him to meet the special communication needs of his clients. T. Jerry knows state government and understands how public policy is developed. He understands strategic planning. Further, he knows how to form coalitions for his clients and will effectivly arrange and participate in meetings between his clients and elected officials.
While the names of his consulting clients are generally kept confidential, you may review a history of his past and present lobbying clients by visiting the Lobbyist Division, North Carolina Secretary of State by just clicking here. Call 919.649.5941 to engage him as your lobbyist and consultant for 2020-2021 and beyond. again please note that he is careful not to consider clients that may have a conflict in anyway with his existing clients.
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