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Molly Mark-Doppman

Molly Mark-Doppman

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Senior Associate

Molly provides support to international and foreign government clients by gathering real-time data and intelligence, conducting legislative analysis, tracking issues and developments, facilitating and conducting outreach, and helping to direct client messaging and strategy. Molly has supported some of the firm’s biggest international clients, allowing them to maximize their impact in Washington by mitigating threats and capitalizing on often fleeting opportunities in a complex environment. Her policy expertise includes international trade, energy, economic development, education, health care and defense.
“With issues like the economic crisis, financial reform and health care taking center stage in Washington, foreign governments and international non-profits must be persistent and targeted in their messaging to make sure their voices are heard.”

Representative Engagements:

  • Developing and implementing outreach strategy on behalf of an international education non-profit to secure Congressional and agency support

  • Collecting and analyzing legislative and political intelligence to inform the Washington strategy of a foreign embassy

  • Drafting reports and guidance on legislative developments related to foreign policy and funding

  • Identifying and assessing federal policy developments that represent threats and opportunities for clients

  • Providing strategic guidance and messaging support

  • Conducting environmental and policy assessments on industry sectors to inform political and public affairs strategy

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