WASHINGTON D.C. – Today, The National Institute of Lobbying and Ethics (NILE) recogonized Charmayne Anderson, TFG Partner, as one of its 2022 Top Lobbyists. Charmayne’s deep-rooted expertise built over nearly three decades with TFG combined with her inventive lobbying approaches stood out – garnering impressive successes in: public infrastructure, water resource development legislation; federal appropriations and grants to assist first responder operations; and increased affordable housing options, among other things. Importantly, she also invests in her community with non-profit work as well as advocacy on behalf of children in the areas of adoption, child abuse and neglect prevention, and youth in foster care. Additionally, Charmayne participates in charitable events as a member of the Washington Football Team Cheerleader Alumni.
“It’s an honor to be recognized as a 2022 Top Lobbyist,” said Charmayne. “I’m grateful for the lasting relationships I’ve built with my clients over the last 29 years and for the opportunity to have a positive impact on the health and well-being of individuals and communities I work with.”
Every year, the NILE handpicks 100 designees who “showed significant 2022 success, took an innovative approach to their field, and demonstrated commitment to giving back to their community, as well as adherence to the highest ethical standards.” The nominees are assessed blindly and based on merit during a months-long nomination process. NILE recognized Charmayne as a 2022 Top Lobbyist for a small firm.
View the 2022 Top Lobbyists.