Washington, D.C. (November 25, 2013) –The government relations firm, 38 North Solutions, –which spun out of QGA Public Affairs a year and half ago–continues growing, necessitating a move into new offices near Union Station. Recently, the firm added to its list of clients the Sustainability Accounting and Standards Board and MIOX Corporation, for whom the team will provide strategic counsel. The founding partners, Patrick Von Bargen, Katherine Hamilton, and Jeff Cramer have brought Isaac Brown in as a partner to assist with the growing leadership needs of the firm.
“We are pleased that Isaac will be joining us as a principal,” states Von Bargen. “Our client base is growing every day; Isaac’s experience is invaluable to meeting those needs.”
Isaac Brown started as a Director and was made a full partner within six months of his hire. The firm is focused on clean energy and innovation and finds those are areas of significant investment and growth opportunities within and outside of the federal government.
Washington, DC-based 38 North Solutions is a public policy firm headed by expert analysts and advocates in the fields of legislative and regulatory policy, energy technology and start-up business models and markets. A leading representative for clean energy companies and new enterprises, 38 North helps clients recognize legislative and regulatory opportunities and threats, then facilitates their participation in the development of well-informed public policy. The firm also represents trade associations and NGOs in the formation of effective coalitions. 38 North takes its name from the shared latitude of Washington, D.C., and the San Francisco Bay area, representing the connection of public policy to innovation.