Government Relations Consultant
“I never start an engagement with a client without thoroughly understanding the nature of its business, the legislative and regulatory issues impacting the company, and the available assets to combat a detrimental law. This allows me to develop a comprehensive strategy that effectively utilizes all resources to make the client’s goals a reality. My background in corporate government relations and as a contract lobbyist before the Maryland General Assembly, uniquely position me to understand and meet the needs of our clients.”
— Isaac N. Meyer
B.A. Political Science, Towson University
Candidate for Masters of Business Administration, University of Maryland School of Business, 2018
Board Member and Legislative Chair, Chesapeake BaySavers (2016 – 2017)
Board Member and Legislative Chair, Fort Bend Pets Alive! (2015 – 2016)
Board Member and Vice Chairman, Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce (2010 – 2013)
Isaac Meyer is a seasoned government relations consultant with ten years of experience working with nonprofits and corporations to meet their advocacy and public policy goals. Prior to rejoining Alexander & Cleaver, Isaac was principal at INM Consulting, a management consulting firm focused on helping nonprofit organizations maximize their government relations operations.
Prior to INM Consulting, Isaac served as Government Relations Manager for Service Corporation International (SCI) after successfully representing their interests in Maryland as a member of the Alexander & Cleaver team. Isaac managed SCI’s government relations and public policy interests in 45 states and oversaw more than twenty contract lobbyists on retainer by the company. Additionally, Isaac played an instrumental role in establishing SCI’s Political Action Committee strategy, deploying approximately $200,000 per year based on organizational priorities.
Before joining SCI, Isaac was a government relations consultant for Alexander & Cleaver. Isaac regularly worked with clients to create their public policy agenda and secure state operating and capital budget funding. Additionally, he helped clients leverage their extensive volunteer networks by creating grassroots strategies to help reach their goals.
Isaac is a graduate of Towson University in Maryland where he received a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. While at Towson University, he created the student legislative advocacy program on behalf of the Student Government Association. During his two-year term as Director of Legislative Affairs, Isaac cultivated relationships with champions in higher education and drafted the first student-written legislative agenda in the State of Maryland.