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Our recent Washington, D.C. Lobby School lunch speaker was Mark Reed, state government affairs for IBM.
Mark has an impressive resume working for Wyeth, Astra-Zeneca, and now IBM.
Seminar participants greatly enjoyed his comments on how the Lobby School helped him succeed in state governnment affairs.
Bob Guyer's course contributed substantially to my lifelong study of advocacy and was the best CLE accredited course
that I have taken, bar none, in my 39 years as a government relations consultant.
DeWitt Ross & Stevens S.C.
While I am a lobbying veteran, the workshop and book provided me with a fresh perspective on advocacy. Mr. Guyer's clear structure and methodology for an effective lobbying campaign added to my own effectiveness with the
legislature contributing to me being ranked one of the five best lobbyists in the state of Florida. Desinda Wood Carper
Senior Legislative Advocate (former)
Florida League of Cities