Legislative Action In The States: What We’ve Learned So Far

Believe it or not, state legislatures in ten states – Georgia, Idaho, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, New Mexico, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wyoming – have already adjourned for the year. Despite these short sessions, state legislatures have been highly...
Outside In: Are We Just Talking To Ourselves Inside The Beltway?

Outside In: Are We Just Talking To Ourselves Inside The Beltway?

Last week, Americans from coast to coast tuned into the cable news shows of their choice, and inevitably noticed coverage focused on one item above all else: the new Republican health care proposal, the American Health Care Act (AHCA). If we turned to national outlets...
Returning From Recess: What We’ve Learned

Returning From Recess: What We’ve Learned

As the current administration touts an agenda that is “Achieving Results for the American People,” Congressional recesses are shaping up to be the prime forum for constituents to check in with their elected officials to see what type of progress they actually feel and...
Meghan DiMuzio
Vice President

As Vice President for Forbes Tate Partners Grassroots, Meghan DiMuzio leads the firm’s grassroots consulting team – a talented team of policy advocates responsible for crafting and executing meaningful, relevant, and actionable grassroots strategies.

The strategies developed by Meghan and her colleagues amplify the voices of real people who are impacted on a daily basis by the decisions made in Washington – and beyond.

Meghan is successful in designing innovative strategies that have helped the firm’s clients achieve their comprehensive, and sometimes challenging, public affairs goals. She brings more than a decade of experience in both political management and advocacy to the firm.

Prior to joining Forbes Tate Partners, Meghan served as a Director of Advocacy at Hamilton Place Strategies – where she managed grassroots strategies for a broad range of clients in international trade, higher education, and finance. She was also key in running the grassroots advocacy practice at Aristotle International – and for the American Public Power Association, where she led both the Association’s local advocacy efforts and political action committee.

Meghan’s 12 years of experience are complemented by her time spent as a strategic advisor to the CEO of Seattle’s publicly-owned electric utility. She started her career in public affairs in London at Ergo Communications, before returning to U.S. soil to work for the Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce as a Public Affairs Manager and Executive Director of the Alki Foundation, the Greater Seattle Chamber’s Political Action Committee.

Meghan graduated from the University of Washington, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Political Communications. She and her husband live in Falls Church, Virginia with their daughter, Madeline, and two rescue dogs, Petey and Lola.