MAKE A WISE CHOICE
No matter what public policy outcome you seek, LobbyWise will help you find and hire a federal lobbyist with the right expertise, track record, and connections for your advocacy needs.
Whether this is the first time you’ve engaged a lobbyist or you have seasoned knowledge of the government relations landscape, our bipartisan professional services firm can make your lobbyist recruitment process more efficient and effective.
Lobbyist fees can easily reach and even exceed $10,000 a month. Critical issues for your organization are at stake. LobbyWise will help you avoid costly hiring mistakes and match you with a lobbyist who will open the right doors in the right way, ensuring that your public policy voice is heard.
LobbyWise. So your first choice can be a wise one.
LobbyWise can help you make a better hiring decision by:
- Knowing the right questions to ask
- Seeing through slick websites and intimidating “DC-speak”
- Verifying claimed skills and relationships
- Saving you the opportunity costs incurred when counsel or staff are diverted with hiring responsibilities
- Helping you compile a targeted prospects list, craft a finely tuned RFP, evaluate responses, and source top tier candidates
Benefit from a lobbyist ideally suited to advance your interests and be able to point to a transparent, objective hiring process by an independent third party that will hold up to today’s increasingly rigorous public and regulatory scrutiny.
ABOUT JUSTIN LEBLANC
Justin LeBlanc launched LobbyWise after spending years as a contract lobbyist with boutique firms in Washington, DC. He established his own firm, LeBlanc Government Relations, in 2010. In his capacity as a lobbyist, Justin represented municipal clients as well as non-profit and for-profit clients from various industries including technology and biotechnology, healthcare, life sciences, real estate, telecommunications, food, commercial fishing, and homeland security.
Prior to this work, Justin served as the Vice President of Government Relations for the National Fisheries Institute, the trade association for the U.S. fish and seafood industry. He began his career as a legislative assistant to a U.S. Senator.
Justin earned his master’s degree in Biology from Harvard University and his bachelor’s degree in Biology & Chemistry from Gordon College.