My goal is simple – to help any individual or organization that needs a problem solved or that wants an effective solution implemented beyond the usual. What I do is unique and it normaly has a public or political component.
I am able to emphasize my reputation as a consensus builder and I have done that most of the time but I also have a reputation as someone who is not afraid to take on Goliath in the face of big odds and win.
I provide a unique combination of seasoned entrepreneurial and executive experience with insights gained from years of Oil and Gas entities, Fund Raising, Government, Public and Regulatory Affairs, and Tribal Relations.
What I Do
I have experience in achieving “game changing” results. Any current competitor of mine would have a more specific area of expertise and would not think in terms of putting together ingredients outside their own business to get results. If you just need monitoring, I’m not the right fit. If you want to achieve a unique result that takes out of the box thinking and ideas – I might be a good fit.
Rarely does my competition have the strategic component that I bring to the table. The consultants and advisors that most companies hire don’t do what I do. They are one dimensional and are usually lobbyists that report on what happens rather than strategize on will make what the client wants (or doesn’t want) to happen or not happen.
What I Am Not
I am not a lobbyist nor a campaign consultant. At times I have functioned in those capacities, but I am really the strategist that put all those parts together and steers projects to success. I don’t know anyone who does what I do, so its not a “top of mind” skill set.
The highest stakes are problems and or opportunities to stop, create or mitigate issues arising in the political/public affairs arena.
I use a lot of good lobbyist and media firms, when necessary, to get things done and can put a team together in almost any state that can achieve the objectives of the client. I don’t do anything alone but work with or build a relational network with the client to engage their friends and other companies in the process. That kind of collaborative effort achieves unusually effective results.