AJW 2018 Post-Midterm Election Webinar

AJW hosted a webinar on November 9 providing analysis on the 2018 mid-term elections. The presentation highlighted election results, the agenda of the 116th Congress in the first 100 days, and changes in state legislatures and governorships. AJW evaluated what this means for innovative technologies, specifically climate initiatives, energy, fuels, and vehicle emissions. The slide

Karunya Krishnan Joins AJW

September 28, 2017 AJW is pleased to announce Karunya Krishnan has joined the firm as Communications Manager. Karunya comes to AJW with a range of experience in developing and executing communications initiatives across organizations such as the Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP), Booz Allen Hamilton and the World Bank.  Much of her work

Charles Ingebretson Joins AJW

September 28, 2017 AJW is pleased to announce Charles Ingebretson has joined the firm as Partner. Charles has extensive experience in policymaking and advocacy in both the legislative and executive branches of the Federal government. He served as Republican counsel to the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Environment Subcommittee, as the Committee’s general counsel,

Clare Schulzki Joins AJW

August 1, 2017 AJW is pleased to welcome Clare Schulzki as the Executive Director of the Institute of Clean Air Companies (ICAC). Clare has more than 15 years of experience in association management, government relations, strategic communications and public relations for environmental, energy and, health and safety policy. She has worked to affect legislative

Joe Colaneri Joins AJW as Partner

July 19, 2017 AJW is pleased to announce Joe Colaneri has joined the firm as Partner. Joe’s expertise spans government relations, association management, legislative and political analysis, employee and corporate communications, and grassroots lobbying. Before joining AJW, Joe was a Public Affairs Director at Foley & Lardner LLP. He was a member of the

Find out how Energy Savings Performance Contracts create quality jobs across the U.S.

    U.S. government buildings use a lot of energy. Many also use old or outdated equipment, which results in a waste of taxpayer funds on energy costs. Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPCs) redirect these taxpayer funds to lower the government's energy bills while creating quality jobs across the country.  Check out AJW's new