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Meet Jodie.

Wisconsin Native, Cheese Aficionado, Former Hill Staffer, Regulatory Specialist

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Jodie Curtis Executive Vice President
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Jodie Curtis focuses on a broad range of policy, appropriations, and regulatory issues including global health, health and life sciences, agriculture, manufacturing, transportation, insurance, and environmental issues. Named one of The Hill's Top Lobbyists of 2017, she has nearly 25 years of experience in government, Congressional affairs and representing the legislative and regulatory interests of for-profit, non-profit, and global organizations.

Jodie helps clients foster meaningful relationships with elected officials and their staff, working the federal appropriations and authorization processes, building coalitions, and developing public policies and setting organizational priorities. She also has a long record of success developing strategic plans to help client’s meet their public policy goals.

Jodie is particularly skilled at knowing and monitoring the federal landscape and alerting clients to potential opportunities or threats to their business or mission.

She has also planned and executed Hill Days for hundreds of participants and organized creative grassroots campaigns. Jodie regularly presents legislative updates to trade associations and provides training programs to teach citizens about their government and how to be effective advocates at the local, state, and federal levels.

Prior to joining the firm, Jodie served as an assistant director with Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA), deputy chief of staff for U.S. Representative Thomas M. Barrett (D-WI), executive assistant for U.S. Representatives Lynn Rivers (D-MI) and Peter Barca (D-WI), and district director/legislative assistant for Wisconsin State Senator Barbara Ulichny. She credits her interest in politics to her high school civics teacher and an internship for a State Representative of Wisconsin.

Jodie received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She lives in Alexandria with her Chicago-loving husband Greg, where you might find her biking or cheering for her favorite Wisconsin and Chicago sports teams.