Pamela Siekman has been active in Ohio politics and policymaking for more than 20 years. Siekman has cultivated a Rolodex of relationships among Ohio’s Fortune 1000 companies and its local, state and federally elected officials. With her husband Dwayne, she cofounded Siekman, Siekman & Associates, a government and public affairs firm operating in Ohio and Washington, D.C. At their firm, she plays an integral role in developing lobbying and public affairs strategies for clients, such as Halliburton, Woolpert, Transportation Research Center Inc., City of New Albany, City of Euclid and K&D Group.
Prior to her work at Siekman, Siekman & Associates, she founded PRH Consulting Group, a national political fundraising and consulting firm which has raised more than $100 million for state and federal candidates, including multiple presidential committees, as well as corporate clients. For a decade, she played a key role in Speaker of the House John A. Boehner’s national finance committee.
As a legislative aide for then-Majority Leader of the Ohio House of Representatives Patrick Tiberi, Siekman navigated tort and tax bills for the leader. And as a lobbyist for the Ohio State Medical Association, she fought for the passage of Ohio’s “Prompt Pay” law, as well as led the association’s other top legislative priorities in public health and insurance reform.
Siekman received her bachelor’s in political science from Wright State University and a master’s in public administration from Bowling Green State University. She is a graduate of the Jo Ann Davidson Ohio Leadership Institute, a member of the Association of Ohio Commodores, serves on the New Albany Chamber Board and Ohio Women Suffrage Centennial Commission, and serves as the Ohio chair and secretary of Maggie’s List.
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