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Executive Assistant

Kathy provides executive administrative support including coordinating and directing office and client services, handling information requests, and performing general office tasks. She is responsible for maintaining records as well as processing the financials. She works diligently to meet and exceed the needs and goals for all Advocacy Strategies clients.

Kathy studied at the University of San Diego earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. She joined the Advocacy Strategies team June 2016 after working 15 years in education. She was an Academic Advisor at a community college in Omaha before moving to Des Moines and working at DMACC. Her systems knowledge, excellent organizational skills, and professionalism guarantee that the AS team functions soundly and gives impeccable service to all clients.

Government Relations

The Advocacy Strategies team takes deep pride in representing the best interests of our clients, not the advancement of a political party. We are non-partisan and work with both sides…

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Public Affairs

Advocacy Strategies has successfully developed and implemented public affairs and issue campaigns across Iowa for several years. Our relationships with organizations, businesses and government entities afford us the ability to…

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Public Relations/Media

Advocacy Strategies effectively uses earned, paid, and owned media opportunities to get your message to the right audience through both traditional and unconventional means. With your expertise, we help develop…

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Reputation Development

An organization’s reputation is the most important asset it can possess. A strong reputation opens doors, increases membership, brings financial gains, and allows for successful government advocacy. Many times, simple…

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Iowa Caucuses

Due to Iowa’s unique place in American politics, Advocacy Strategies has dedicated a significant portion of our business and resources to engaging Presidential candidates during the caucus process. We have…

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