Alexandria, VA – Veteran political advisors Trey and Jeri Richardson of Sagac Public Affairs and Mary Heitman of MHeitman Associates, Alexandria, VA announced a merger of the two firms today under the Sagac banner.
This is the second merger Sagac has announced since February 1st, adding Karma Robinson’s Public Issue Advisors, an Oklahoma City-based consulting firm last Thursday.
“Integrating Mary’s skills and experience as a direct marketing professional, not to mention as a prolific fundraiser, broaden the firm’s capabilities for the national market. I am both excited and humbled that she has chosen to participate as a partner in the growing company,” says Trey Richardson, Principal of Sagac.
Heitman’s experience in the fields of direct marketing and comprehensive fundraising projects, at the federal and state levels for groups like the Republican National Committee, National Republican Senatorial Committee, Republican Governor’s Association, and several state party committees resulted in hundreds of millions of dollars for campaigns throughout America over the last decade.
“Our companies have had much success working together on various project initiatives, and the joint expertise of our companies will give clients greater bandwidth and opportunities.” said Mary Heitman.
In addition to party work, MHeitman Associates has a proven record in fundraising, event production and special project management for several national corporations, associations, candidates and non-profits.
Sagac Public Affairs is a national company with offices in Northern Virginia, and Oklahoma City. Sagac’s principals and senior management provide communications, research and fundraising solutions to hundreds of political, non-profit and corporate organizations. Sagac is widely recognized as a leader in the political community for strategy and implementation of issue advocacy and political action committee campaigns.
Trey and Jeri Richardson are widely recognized leaders in the political community as strategists and practitioners on issue advocacy and political action committees. Known for their creativity and research-driven approach to political marketing, they have influenced the direction of political initiatives throughout the United States for the last 20 years.