Terrence Heubert
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Terrence Heubert

Principal - Government Relations

Washington, DC
 
 
 

Terrence Heubert has been advocating for a variety of interests in Washington, D.C. for 15 years, focusing mainly on health care and transportation and infrastructure work. He has experience working with both the Pennsylvania and federal governments and has represented clients from across the country, including local governments, transit systems, airports and ports. Further, Terry has done significant work with health systems and health insurance plans, including work with CMS payment regulations, competitive bidding, telemedicine and star ratings, among other things.

Prior to his tenure at Buchanan, Terry was the primary federal government advisor to Pennsylvania Governor Mark Schweiker and directed the governor’s Washington office; he also served under Governor Tom Ridge. Under Terry's leadership, the governor’s Washington office secured more than $150 million in federal funds to assist with rebuilding the Philadelphia School District, to pay for the rescue of the mine workers trapped underground in Southwestern Pennsylvania and to arm the Pennsylvania Air National Guard with a new psychological warfare aircraft. Additional issues areas where Terry was instrumental include: driver license security/biometric identification issues, homeland security, correctional institution issues, gun control, public education reform and welfare. Further, he was the governor's representative to the National Governors Association and the Republican Governors Association, ensuring that the governor's views were considered within those organizations.

Terry has worked on campaigns at all levels of government and served on the Bush-Cheney Presidential Transition Team in 2001. As an undergraduate, he wrote a socio-economic history of the protection systems employed during the Blitz on London in 1940-41.

Terry studied British politics in London and remains a close advisor to the Leader of the City of Brighton & Hove (England) Council.