September 24, 2012
38 North Solutions Announces New Advisors and Launch of Web Site
Washington, D.C. – 38 North Solutions, LLC – a Washington, D.C.-based public affairs firm specializing in clean energy and innovation policy – has announced the addition of two new strategic advisors, Jessica Holliday and Jeff Anderson, both leaders in the clean energy and technology space, along with the launch of a new company Web site.
With over 30 years of federal policy and private sector experience, Holliday has served House and Senate Committees focusing on energy and environment issues and Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle. Anderson is a senior executive and entrepreneur with extensive experience in creating, growing, and turning around for-profit, non-profit and political organizations in the clean energy and innovation space. Holliday and Anderson join founding advisors Jack Quinn and John Feehery in providing strategic counsel for 38 North Solutions and its clients; additional biographical information is listed in detail on the firm’s new Web site.
The firm’s recently launched Web site includes information highlighting its capabilities, experience, and expertise. The site includes a home page banner visually depicting the meaning behind the name 38 North – the shared latitude that spans Washington, D.C., stretches across the nation, and ends at the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.
Embedded in 38 North Solutions’ Web site is a blog administered by the firm’s team called “The Compass”, which will serve for readers as a guidebook of federal agency, Administration, and Congressional policy happenings and clearinghouse of other interesting information that could provide useful to those in the clean technology, renewable energy, and innovation communities. The site includes interactive links to social media outlets, including Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, where users can “like” or follow the site to receive news and information in real-time.
In addition, the site includes background information on and capabilities of the firm and its principals – Patrick Von Bargen, Katherine Hamilton, Allyson Groff, and Jeff Cramer – as well as a news and press release section for timely information on the firm. The site also provides access to Hamilton’s blog, CleanGridView, which provides her personal perspectives on relevant renewable energy and technology issues.
Visit the firm’s Web site to read full biographical information on the firm’s founders and advisors.
About 38 North Solutions:
38 North Solutions is a leading public affairs practice focusing on clean energy and innovation policy and advocacy in the Washington, D.C., sphere. The firm, formed in July 2012 as a spin-off from QGA Public Affairs, represents a wide spectrum of prominent clean energy and innovation companies both large and small, trade associations, and NGOs from around the world. The firm specializes in crafting customized public policy solutions and communications plans to help solve the challenges of clients in these fast-growing sectors. 38 North – the shared latitude of Washington, D.C., and the San Francisco Bay area – represents our unique ability to connect public policy to one of the leading hubs of innovation.