PAUL J. GLAVEY
P.O. Box 381
Littleton MA 01460
978-486-8001 / email@example.com
Owner/Principal since 1998 of consulting practice concentrating in government and public relations, government financing and procurement, permitting and the regulatory process, strategy and project management, and marketing and materials. We’ve had particular success in the specialized field of local permits, zoning, and other town meeting votes, across Massachusetts, as well as in New Hampshire and Maine. Doublejohn Associates effectively represents clients by drawing on nearly 30 years of experience in elected municipal office, and electoral politics, and work in county government, the Massachusetts State Senate, and the US Congress.
Our philosophy in representing business clients is to promote constructive engagement with local and other government entities, integration of public and government relations, active participation in the community, coalition and network building, pro-active problem solving, and effective communications and materials. Doublejohn Associates strengths:
• Experience across a broad range of public service, and peer relations with many elected and other government officials
• Messaging and written materials, including mailings, collateral materials, advertising, LTEs, email blasts, websites, speechwriting, meeting presentations, overall communications strategy, and press/media relations
• Strategic campaign planning, project team management, and high-level targeted networking and coalition building
• Grassroots organizing, including general and focused outreach efforts, third-party support recruitment, including phonebanks, letter/email campaigns, and town meeting and election GOTV mobilization
Client projects over the years have included work for national and regional industry leaders in telecommunications, software, financial services, construction and development, recycling, manufacturing, retail sales, energy and utilities, among other businesses. Through both professional practice and public service, we have developed a network of strong relationships with federal and state legislative and administrative officials, municipal officials, business and economic development organizations, industry associations, issue-based coalitions, and other organizations.