For more information, contact: Annie Early, 414-405-1050

Madison, WI:  Government relations firm Schreiber GR Group (SGR) announced the addition of Nicole Burns to its lobbyist team.  Nicole joins seven other team members, providing additional client value and continued growth to the firm.

Nicole joins SGR with six years of experience working in the Wisconsin State Legislature, most recently serving as Chief of Staff to State Representative Mark Born, the Joint Committee on Finance Co-Chair. Nicole has worked in a wide variety of government and political roles, including working on multiple state budgets and on top-tier Assembly campaigns.

“I couldn’t be more excited to join the Schreiber team,” Nicole stated. “They have an incredible reputation in the State Capitol and deliver consistent and exceptional results for their clients. I look forward to getting started.”

Additional boots on the ground will help contribute to client success.  Nicole’s policy development and communications skills are exceptional and will round out the SGR team of Ken Walsh, Jeremey Shepherd, Annie Early, George Ermert, Bill McClenahan, Brooke Younggren and Milwaukee-based consultant Mike D’Amato.  She is well-known for being open, operating with the highest level of integrity, and an extensive network of contacts. 

Schreiber GR Group has a long history of successful work in Wisconsin state government regardless of party control.  Many of SGR’s clients have been with the firm for 10, 15 or even 30-years plus, indicative of their superior service and the results clients achieve.  Through their depth of contacts and knowledge of the political process, SGR has helped associations, businesses, governments, start-ups, nonprofits and many others successfully reach their business and policy goals.

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