Dana Paschke has nearly 20 years experience in legislative and government relations, organizational development, strategic planning, economic development and community relations. For more than a decade, Dana has been a state legislative lobbyist and consultant for a number of public and private clients.
Her areas of expertise include municipal and local government affairs, transportation, disruptive technology, taxation, telecommunication, economic development and land use planning. She also assists client associations in meeting their short and long-term strategic goals.
Prior to working in the private sector, Dana spent eight years implementing the intergovernmental program for the City of Glendale (Arizona), in which she was responsible for representing the city's interests with federal, state, county and local entities, regional transportation agencies and associations. Prior to Glendale, she served on the staff of U.S. Congresswoman Kay Granger (TX) and on several political campaigns.
A native Arizonan, Dana holds a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from Texas Christian University and a Master's Degree in Public Administration from Arizona State University.