Subject Matter Welcomes Progressive Policy Advisor Keith Castaldo to Government Relations Team

Maggie Bergin joins Subject Matter as Senior Vice President of Client Leadership

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Maggie Bergin joins Subject Matter as Senior Vice President of Client Leadership

Subject Matter | 02/09/2021

WASHINGTON, D.C. (February 9th, 2021) – Subject Matter welcomes agency...

WASHINGTON, D.C. (February 9th, 2021) – Subject Matter welcomes agency veteran Maggie Bergin as Senior Vice President for Client Leadership. Bergin will lead a team of 15 account directors and...

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Women’s History Month: Celebrating Work that Makes an Impact

Women’s History Month: Celebrating Work that Makes an Impact

Subject Matter | 03/26/2021

As we reflect on Women’s History month, we think about...

As we reflect on Women’s History month, we think about the inspiring impact of women throughout history, and in our own lives and recognize the persistent challenges and danger women face today...

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Subject Matter Welcomes Progressive Policy Advisor Keith Castaldo to Government Relations Team

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Subject Matter Welcomes Progressive Policy Advisor Keith Castaldo to Government Relations Team

Subject Matter | 05/04/2021

Washington, DC (May 4,2021) – Subject Matter today announced that...

Washington, DC (May 4,2021) – Subject Matter today announced that Capitol Hill veteran and policy advisor Keith Castaldo will join the firm’s government relations team beginning May 17, 2021...

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Subject Matter Continues to Grow, Recruiting New Talent

Subject Matter | 03/20/2019

(Washington, DC) – Subject Matter, the Creative Advocacy firm based in Washington, D.C., today announced the addition of new senior talent, with Patrick Kerley joining the firm as Senior Vice President of Digital Strategy and Curry Smith joining the Client...

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‘Find the unexplored angle’

Subject Matter | 03/13/2019

Senior writer-editor Andrew Johnson has worn a variety of hats throughout his career across a handful of fields, from media to politics to entertainment. He’s written for National Review, managed communications for a Minnesota congressman and even briefly interned behind...

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Subject Matter Welcomes Cedric Grant

Subject Matter | 01/07/2019

We’re kicking off the 116th Congress by adding Capitol Hill veteran and experienced lobbyist Cedric Grant to the team. Cedric comes from H&R Block where he led public policy development and lobbying outreach to Democratic Members, deepening the firm’s financial...

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Capitol Hill Veteran Natalie Farr Rogers Joins Subject Matter

Subject Matter | 12/19/2018

As 2018 comes to an end and we get ready for the new year, Subject Matter welcomes Natalie Farr Rogers to our Government Relations team. Natalie joins from the office of Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO), where she has served most...

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Bold Advocacy to Lift Chicago’s Public Schools

Subject Matter | 12/13/2018

There’s little argument in this country about the importance of educating our young people. Finding adequate funding to do so and an approach that works for each community is another story. The Chicago Public Schools system has unique challenges that...

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A National Memorial to Moms Lost too Soon

Subject Matter | 12/11/2018

Did you know that with more than 700 moms dying each year due to pregnancy-related complications, the United States is now the most dangerous developed nation in the world to give birth in? Neither did we, until the March of...

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Broadcast and digital: The perfect pairing

Subject Matter | 11/19/2018

Here's how our teams combine efforts for maximum impact.

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Subject Matter welcomes Amazon HQ NOVA

Subject Matter | 11/14/2018

Congrats NOVA! This week’s news that Amazon plans to open HQ NOVA in Arlington comes as no surprise at Subject Matter.

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Audrey Chang is up for a challenge

Subject Matter | 08/01/2018

Meet our new Senior Vice President – Strategic Communications.

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That ‘Blue Wave’ and what comes after

Steve Elmendorf | 05/23/2018

Here’s what 2019’s freshman congressional class might look like.

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