The Hill highlighted Ilisa Halpern Paul, President of the District Policy Group, in an article titled, “Beating the drum on healthcare.” The story focused on Ilisa’s unusual  path to K street, her family, and the flood of information on Capitol Hill today.

The article discussed the group’s Advisory Board as a “fairly unique arrangement as a way to lend muscle to the group’s lobbying efforts while not driving up costs significantly for clients. In addition to the 14 full-time members of the District Policy Group, it also employs a six-member advisory board on a part-time basis. Those individuals work like contractors, bringing experience and expertise to particular fields such as local politics, public relations and health economics, and they can be tapped when a client requires something specific.  From Halpern Paul’s perspective, it allows the group to meet clients’ needs while keeping down their costs and complexity.”

The busy lobbying group president is also a mother to twin boys, wife of Alliance for American Manufacturing President, Scott Paul, and is taking up drumming in her spare time.

Click here to read more about Ilisa – government relations expert, budding drummer, and mother.