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Strategy is Only the Beginning

Transforming bold goals into measurable gains

A Washington, DC-based public affairs firm, Woodberry Associates thrives on tailored strategy, dogged execution and unparalleled creativity.

Our Approach

Woodberry Associates’ approach reflects four key principles.

Woodberry fuses policy goals with stakeholders’ needs.

That means helping clients build relationships that harness the collective voice of those who share in their cause.

Woodberry empowers everyday people.

We guide stakeholders to coalesce, speak out and contribute to meaningful policy solutions.

Woodberry keeps it simple.

We translate complex issues into meaningful messages that rise above the noise.

Woodberry doesn’t let up.

When circumstances change, Woodberry devises creative strategies to help clients pivot, refocus and succeed.


Bringing decades of experience in issue advocacy, government affairs, communications and campaign management.


The latest from Woodberry Associates.

Getting to Know Woodberry: Elizabeth Simpson

Many people face struggles that never make headlines.  But as Woodberry Associates’ Elizabeth Simpson knows, that doesn’t mean their challenges aren’t important.

Demonstrating Need

With earmarks newly reinstated, members of Congress can now direct small pockets of federal spending to projects and priorities in their home state. 

A Good Story

If you want to change a policy or pass a law, have a good story. In advocacy, that advice is universal.

Getting to Know Woodberry: Derek Flowers

State-based advocacy can take you to places near and far. For Derek Flowers, that has meant visiting 48 out of 50 states for everything from bus tours and motorcycle rallies to zoo outings and bowling nights. He’s eaten apple pie across Iowa and sampled muktuk in Alaska.

Scanning the Horizon

Like a radar scanning the horizon for incoming threats, monitoring activity in Congress and federal agencies can strengthen, even save, a company.

The Sound of Missed Opportunity

We all know about the proverbial tree in the forest.  It fell, but nobody heard it. So, did it make a sound?