Jeffrey M. Britt Sr. VP, MWCAdvocacy, McGuireWoods Consulting LLC

Jeff joined McGuireWoods Consulting in 2005 and serves as a senior vice president of Grassroots Issue Management. Jeff's primary areas of service include coalition development, stakeholder engagement, as well as traditional and e-advocacy grassroots mobilization.

His current client portfolio includes energy, land use, healthcare and non-profit issue advocacy matters, as well as coordinating multi-state government relations and compliance for a Fortune 500 corporation.

Jeff's broad experience in grassroots organization and knowledge of new innovations in issue advocacy enhances the level of service McGuireWoods Consulting provides for its clients.

Jeff's previous organizational and grassroots experience includes work for several Republican statewide candidates in Virginia, including former Attorney General Jerry Kilgore and U.S. Senator John Warner, where he assisted with grassroots program development and implementation. His experience also includes tenure as the political director for the Republican Party of Virginia, and work in the Virginia General Assembly.

McGuireWoods Consulting

McGuireWoods Consulting LLC ("MWC") is a wholly owned subsidiary of the McGuireWoods LLP law firm. From time to time, various McGuireWoods lawyers provide non-legal services to MWC clients, but MWC cannot provide legal services or advice. Therefore, any work MWC performs for a client does not give rise to an attorney-client relationship or privilege. Should you require legal services from McGuireWoods, as well as consulting services from MWC, you must engage the law firm separately.

  • Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Master of Public Administration, 2014
  • George Mason University, BA, Government and Politics, 1998

Board of Directors, Richmond Region, Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership

Board of Directors, James Center Branch, YMCA of Greater Richmond

Board of Directors, Richard Bland College Foundation

Board of Directors, Virginia Public Access Project

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