FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 1, 2022
Aaron Suntag Joins Public Strategies Washington
WASHINGTON – Public Strategies Washington (PSW) today announced that Aaron Suntag has joined the firm as a principal, where he will head the firm’s energy, environment, and sustainability practice. Previously, Suntag served as Senior Policy Advisor to Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) from 2015 to 2022.
“Aaron is an absolute pro with a long track record of legislative successes in the Senate,” said Patrick O’Neill, managing principal at PSW. “His policy expertise, understanding of Senate process, and longstanding relationships will add a new dimension to what we offer our clients on day one.”
Suntag was Sen. Stabenow’s chief advisor on energy, environmental, and automotive policies, representing the Senator's interests before the Finance, Energy and Natural Resources, Environment and Public Works, and Agriculture Committees, as well as with Senate Leadership. He also served as principal advisor to the Great Lakes Task Force.
“I'm thrilled to join the outstanding team at PSW. It's an unprecedented time in Washington with so many unique challenges and opportunities confronting Congress and this administration. I’m eager to get to work," said Suntag.
Suntag began his career in Washington at PSW, first as a Research Associate and later as a Policy Advisor. He also served as Legislative Assistant for former Sen. Kay Hagan (D-NC), as the principal advisor on agriculture, energy, and environmental policies.
Suntag has a B.A. in political science from Boston University and attended Johns Hopkins University for a Dual Master’s in Business Administration and Government.
About Public Strategies Washington
Public Strategies Washington, PSW, is a nationally respected government relations firm that specializes in guiding corporations, industry trade associations, academic institutions, and governmental entities through the federal policy making process. For more information, visit www.psw-inc.com.
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