Maggie Crosswy is a government relations and public policy advisor in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. She focuses her practice on monitoring and lobbying legislative issues on behalf of clients as well as developing political strategies. Maggie has more than a decade of policy and advocacy experience, primarily in the areas of manufacturing, international trade, energy and environment, and healthcare.
Most recently, Maggie served as an intergovernmental programs coordinator in the director’s office of the Boulder County (Colorado) Department of Housing and Human Services. While there, she worked on a variety of human services and housing-related policy issues as well as internal and external communications strategy.
Maggie previously served as a legislative assistant at the American Iron and Steel Institute where she helped coordinate the industry’s campaign in support of the President’s Steel Program under Section 201 of the U.S. Trade Laws. In addition, she coordinated legislative activity surrounding the industry’s broader manufacturing initiatives.
While attending graduate school, Maggie worked with the policy team at the city of Chicago’s Department of Children and Youth Services, where her duties included researching and analyzing legislation and national activities and best practices surrounding issues related to children and youth.
Also during graduate school, Maggie worked at Resources Aimed at the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect in Cape Town, South Africa, where she advocated for children’s rights legislation.
Maggie is not licensed to practice law.