Danica Thompson Recognized as Top Lobbyist in Georgia

September 2, 2020

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Danica Thompson, vice president in McGuireWoods Consulting’s Atlanta office, was recognized in the James magazine’s 2020 “Top Lobbyist” issue. With nearly 1,000 registered lobbyists in Georgia, Thompson was ranked 21 out of the 60 selected as top lobbyists.

Focused on providing strategic advice and lobbying services to clients, Thompson has extensive experience in the areas of education, healthcare, diagnostic laboratories, procurement and transportation on both the state and local levels. In addition, she serves as chair of the National Black Caucus of State Legislators Corporate Roundtable Gaming, Sports and Entertainment Policy Committee, serves as a board member for the United Methodist Children’s Home, and volunteers as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) to support children in foster care. She is a Council for Quality Growth Emerging Leader and serves as an ambassador with the Grady Ambassador Force, which consists of nearly 100 community leaders creating awareness and community support for the Grady Health System and chairs the Marsy’s Law for Georgia Advisory Committee to ensure victims of crime receive their constitutional rights in court proceedings.

McGuireWoods Consulting ranked sixth in top governmental affairs firms.

View the full listing from the James magazine.