Megan Knight Joins Larkin Hoffman’s Government Relations Team in Washington, D.C.
We are pleased to announce the expansion of the Larkin Hoffman Government Relations team with the addition of Megan G. Knight. Ms. Knight has fifteen years of experience in federal legislative matters with a focus on the Minnesota market. Based in Washington, D.C., she delivers results for clients utilizing her well-developed bipartisan relationships, not only on Capitol Hill, but across the many federal agencies.
I’ve had the pleasure of knowing and working with Megan for years,” said Larkin Hoffman Government Relations Director, Margaret Vesel. “Her reputation is rooted in integrity, respect and the success she has enjoyed in her career. She knows the issues in our market, giving her great insight and an ability to move quickly to help our clients when they need it most.”
Larkin Hoffman’s award-winning Government Relations team is expanding into the D.C. market in response to the federal legislative needs of our clients, including local governments, non-profits and educational institutions across the Upper Midwest. Megan has experienced the shifts that come with changing times, administrations and majorities. “I am excited to join the great team at Larkin Hoffman especially at this time in history,” Megan noted. “I have provided guidance to Minnesota entities in an array of political climates over the years and look forward to the many challenges that come with a new administration in Washington.”
“It is rare that you find an individual whose talents, experience and interests so naturally dovetail with the needs of your clients and your team’s capabilities,” said Paul R. Smith, President, Larkin Hoffman. “Megan’s federal bipartisan legislative and regulatory experience are a great addition to an already impressive group. We are excited to have Megan on the team.”
Larkin Hoffman's government team represents clients as they engage with all levels of government: local, state and federal. We work with lawmakers, agency decision makers and local units of government to resolve issues for businesses, trade associations and nonprofit organizations.