RJL Solutions is proud to announce new government relations roles for Ryan Ritchie and Eric Perry. Ritchie is promoted from Director of Government Relations to Vice President of Government Relations where he will work directly with the RJL executive team. Perry will be elevated from his current role to assume the position of Director of Government Relations.
“It is truly an honor to be elevated to Vice President of Government Relations at RJL Solutions. Throughout my tenure here, I have been blessed to learn from the talented leaders who make up the RJL Solutions executive team. I appreciate the trust they have placed in me in taking on this new role, and I look forward to continuing my work with local, state and federal government leaders to effect positive change for each of our clients,” says Ritchie.
The brand-new role, Vice President of Government Relations, serves at the highest level of advocacy, government relations and lobbying for RJL Solutions’ clients. Ritchie will be working directly with the RJL executive team, forging impactful and strategic high-level decisions that best position both RJL clients and employees. Furthermore, Ritchie will continue to oversee the Government Relations department by strengthening initiatives that connect clients with advantageous state and federal policies.
Alternatively, the Director of Government Relations role serves as an advocacy team member and is responsible for maintaining a high-level portfolio of advocacy clients. As well as serving as the RJL Solutions Statehouse liaison, efforts include managing legislative event coordination, creating and implementing lobbying strategies by working with government agencies to ensure clients’ legislative goals are met and maintaining strong relationships with state and federal officials and associated policy staff.
“I am extremely thankful to receive support from my teammates at RJL Solutions and am certainly looking forward to stepping into my new position as the Director of Government Relations. This shift in roles will allow me to further advance strategic high-level initiatives for clients by developing policy, building relationships and collaborating with officials at the local, state and federal levels,” says Eric Perry, Director of Government Relations.
Ritchie and Perry both look forward to working with all relevant stakeholders in in the coming months to prepare for the upcoming 2023 Legislative Session and the 118th U.S. Congress.