The National Electrical Contractors Association’s work in Washington has received high praise from The Hill, one of the top publications covering Capitol Hill.
Marco Giamberardino, NECA’s Executive Director of Government Affairs, was listed as one of the top lobbyists for associations in 2018. View the complete list
According to The Hill, Giamberardino ranks among “the most distinguished and accomplished professionals from the influence world who are on the front lines of the nation’s most consequential political and policy battles.”
It continues: “The lobbying world faces new pressures and is under greater scrutiny than ever. But the select few on the list have demonstrated their ability to wield influence and deliver results on Capitol Hill and in the administration on behalf of clients and groups seeking a voice in Washington.”
NECA is coming off the heels of one its most successful conventions. For the first time in its history, a sitting U.S. president appeared at the annual event, as Donald J. Trump spoke before thousands of members of the electrical industry during NECA 2018 Philadelphia in October.
“NECA continues to make major progress in the nation’s capital on behalf of our members,” Giamberardino said. “Our legislative wins, combined with the historic presidential visit this fall, confirmed we are making an impact where it matters.”
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