Amanda Donovan represents a wide variety of clients, assists clients with a wide array of state government relations issues, and advocates on their behalf before the North Carolina General Assembly. Ms. Donovan has a strong understanding of the state legislative process and her experience spans a broad range of industry governmental issues, with a particular emphasis on healthcare and finance.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Donovan served as a government relations professional in the Raleigh, North Carolina office of an international law firm where she helped clients achieve their government affairs goals through legislative monitoring, research, and advocacy. She previously worked in the office of former North Carolina Senator Jean Preston.
North Carolina State University, B.S., Business Administration (2011)
North Carolina Professional Lobbyist Association, Member
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