How Alice Helps Clients
Alice Nettles is an Advisor in the firm’s federal government relations group, where she monitors, analyzes, and reports on political and legislative developments relevant to client goals. Through comprehensive research and concise communications skills, Alice is able to spot issues and disseminate timely information to the government relations team and her clients.
Alice previously served as a Summer Federal Government Relations Legislative Assistant at Buchanan. Prior to joining the firm she also served as a Senior Associate at an integrated strategy and marketing agency.
What Clients Can Expect
Alice knows that effective advocacy relies on commanding knowledge of the political and regulatory landscape, trusted relationships, and a creative problem-solving ability. With experience in a leading global crisis communications and public affairs firm, she brings a range of complementary skills that help clients achieve their goals.
For clients to participate in the regulatory and legislative process is an act of social responsibility, as they ultimately help create a more efficient, effective government.
Outside the Office
Ali was born and raised in Selma, Alabama. Although she is a proud alumna of Gettysburg College, you can find her cheering on the Alabama Crimson Tide on Saturdays during the college football season. After work, she is likely diving into a new book or training for a marathon.
- Assisted a leading national gun violence prevention group in advocating for the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act
- Supported the advocacy strategy to push the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to approve the only drug in the United States to treat severe malaria in 2020
Gettysburg College, B.A., 2021, Political Science & Public Policy
- Women in Government Relations
- Food for All DC
- Rotary Club of Washington, D.C.