McNees-Winter Group is a seasoned group of government affairs professionals, providing lobbying and regulatory guidance for our clients. Our firm maintains relationships with key legislative and Administration officials that allow us to provide exemplary service to our clients. Natalie works diligently to move legislation, connect clients with contacts at across state government to resolve issues or pro-actively promote their priorities. She also monitors state licensing boards and regulations and manages legislative communication to our clients.
Our clients require relationships and experience across several industries. Natalie has developed a knowledge base to advise clients on a strategy and course of action. Additionally, the team approach we take allows us to collectively work on issues and expand our resources. Natalie has extensive experience working with state licensing boards and their staff to service the needs of our licensed professional clients, including guiding them through the regulatory process. She maintains relationships with staff at the Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs and the Department of State that allow for clients to actively participate in that process. She works with our health care and business-related clients, actively lobbying on their behalf and ensuring timely legislative communication, which is key during periods of high activity in the legislative session.
What does Natalie do for Clients?
Natalie provides clients with a strategy and action plan based on their legislative agenda and the current political climate. By interacting with legislators and administration staff she provides clients with current information on the best strategic plan and connect them with the appropriate contacts to achieve their goals. She is also able to guide clients through the regulatory process and aid in active participation. Natalie has guided clients through the COVD-19 pandemic; helping interpret government rules, regulations, waivers, and legislation, acquiring timely information that allowed them to determine operational status.