Greg Carnrick is currently the firm’s Assistant Vice President with almost a decade of federal government relations experience. Beginning his tenure with Gephardt Government Affairs in 2008, Greg provides a wide range of research, analysis and strategic legislative insight on a range of issues including policy related to transportation and infrastructure, energy and the environment and appropriations.
Greg conducts research and is responsible for coordinated efforts on client projects at Gephardt Government Affairs. He regularly assists in the development and implementation of legislative and regulatory strategies on behalf of clients, monitoring activity in Congress and relevant executive branch agencies, as well as providing research and analysis in the development of congressional and administration outreach strategies.
Greg monitors, tracks and reports on issues both on Capitol Hill and throughout the Administration. Throughout Greg’s advocacy for numerous clients, Greg continually updates clients on key and relevant legislation, provides informative and concise reports on congressional hearings, and regulatory matters of significant importance to our clients. Greg routinely updates clients on the political climate throughout Washington and on pending actions before Congress and the Administration.
During Greg’s undergraduate and graduate studies, he interned in the Office of then-Congressman William Delahunt (MA-10) as well as at the Massachusetts Democratic Party Headquarters. These experiences, including assisting in the planning and execution of the Massachusetts’ Democratic Party 2006 Nominating Convention and representing the congressional office in various meetings with federal agencies and constituent organizations, provided Greg with a better understanding of both the political process and constituent services.
Greg holds a Master of Science in Political Science from Suffolk University (Boston, MA) and a Bachelor Degree in Political Science from Merrimack College (North Andover, MA). In both his undergraduate and graduate careers, Greg was inducted into the Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honor Society.
Greg is a native of Boston, Massachusetts.