Kelli Emerick

From SourceWatch
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Kelli A. Emerick is a technology lobbyist.


  • BA in Political Science from the University of Southern California
  • MA in Telecommunications from the George Washington University

Kelli Emerick was a Vice President of Downey McGrath Group (Downey Chandler) before she joined R. Duffy Wall & Associates (RDWA), a lobbying firm of Fleishman-Hillard International Communications. The 'Leadership Directories' reported on January 2, 2001 that she was promoted to vice president at RDWA. [1] GPC International (another lobbying firm of Fleishman-Hillard International Communications) and RDWA merged on July 9, 2001 into FH/GPC [2] and Ms. Emerick became a vice president at FH/GPC. She left FH/GPC together with Marc Pearl and they founded on August 19, 2003 IT Policy Solutions. [3] Kelli Emerick has represented clients like Ericsson, Microsoft, SAP America, and Teledesic.

Current Positions:

Bartlett Cleland is the director of IPI's Center for Technology Freedom, which was created around February 2000 when Mr. Cleland joined IPI.

Related Links