Type: News
Date: 11/29/2021

Taft Welcomes Miller as Director of Public Affairs in Minneapolis

Taft is pleased to announce that Adeline (Addie) Miller has joined Taft’s Public Affairs Strategies Group (PASG) in Minneapolis as a director of public affairs.

Miller brings a wealth of experience to Taft, having worked in Minnesota legislative offices and campaigns. Prior to joining Taft, Miller served as the Committee Administrator for the Minnesota House Commerce Committee with Chair Zach Stephenson (DFL – 36A) where her bipartisan work helped create solutions to improve the lives of Minnesotans across the state.

The addition of Miller brings additional depth to Taft’s diverse and bipartisan public affairs group and expands the firm’s Minneapolis team. In September, the firm announced that seasoned governmental relations professionals Sonnie Elliott and Jeremy Estenson the Minneapolis. Taft’s PASG represents corporations, small and medium-sized companies, nonprofit organizations, and associations with matters before federal, state, and local legislative and executive branches of government.

“Addie is a great addition to our public affairs team and another example of our strategic recruitment initiative to continue expanding our bipartisan and diverse team,” said Elliott. “She has built strong relationships and a solid reputation at the Minnesota State Capitol that will be valuable to Taft clients.”

Earlier this year, Taft announced 11 attorneys, lobbyists, and support professionals joined the firm en masse to launch Taft’s PASG, which was followed by integrating the existing Taft government affairs attorneys and lobbyists into the group. Seven additional attorneys and/or lobbyists have joined Taft’s PASG since February’s announcement as the result of an ongoing recruiting strategy.

Taft’s Minneapolis practice involves developing impactful strategies and advocating for its clients before the Minnesota Legislature, the administration, and executive branch agencies. The firm continues to be strategic in its growth to expand its public affairs advisory work in the government contracting area, housing, and urban development matters, as well as the energy, environmental, defense, employment, IT and data privacy, and health care industries.

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