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Monument Policy Group Becomes Monument Advocacy

By January 16, 2019 One Comment

January 16, 2019
Contact: Stacey Hutchinson,

Monument Policy Group Becomes Monument Advocacy
Name Change Reflects Expanded Services, Integrated Approach

Washington, D.C. – C. Stewart Verdery, Jr., Founder and CEO of Monument Policy Group, announced today that the firm will transition its name to Monument Advocacy.

“For over a decade, Monument Policy Group has given its clients best-in-class policy analysis and government relations support. More recently, we have added tremendous talent to our team and new capabilities to meet the test of today’s advocacy marketplace. Simply put: it is increasingly rare to impact a politically charged public policy world with traditional lobbying alone. Only through authentic engagement, compelling storytelling and relentless shoe-leather work can our world-class clients – Fortune 100 titans, industry trade associations and coalitions, start-ups, and non-profits – truly take advantage of opportunities or address threats.

As a result, we believe our new name better describes the work we do – work that now includes government relations, strategic communications, and public affairs here in Washington and nationwide. By leveraging our presence in the nation’s Capital, along with our offices in San Francisco and Seattle, we are positioned to grow and thrive in the decade to come.

Monument Advocacy is charging full steam ahead with the same commitment to client care and customer service that has made us one of the best firms from coast to coast. We are eager for the next chapter and excited about the important work our team tackles for each of our clients.”


Monument Advocacy (Monument) is a bipartisan government relations, strategic communications and public affairs consulting firm which has been recognized by publications such as The Hill, The Washington Post, Politico, and Recode as one of the premier advocacy firms in the country.

One Comment

  • Kitty Allen says:

    Onward and upward! You are setting such a good example of how to be influential and successful. Would that those on Capitol Hill try to emulate your efforts with such positive results. Keep up the good work.