Gerry's career in business, government, politics and strategic communications spans four decades. He started as a press aide to the late Mayor of Boston, Kevin H. White; moved up to become a senior policy adviser and press secretary to the late Massachusetts Governor, Edward J. King; and he was the New England press secretary for U.S. Senator John Glenn's 1984 Presidential Campaign. Prior to moving to Vermont in late 1986, he was the Vice President of the New England Council, the region's largest business lobbying group.
For the past 25 years, Gerry has successfully promoted and protected the interests of the firm's clients in the Executive branch, and in the Vermont State House, one of the most politically challenging environments in the country. Gerry is "client obsessed" and his track record on behalf of the firm's clients bears that out. An Air Force veteran, he lives in Charlotte, Vermont.
Allison Crowley DeMag joined the firm in 1993 and is a partner and director. She has 20 years of experience working in the Vermont Statehouse. She has successfully represented and promoted client interests in major public policy debates including product stewardship, clean air initiatives, transportation issues, and regulation of health professionals, among others.
Allison is a seventh-generation Vermonter. She attended Burlington schools, graduated from Champlain College, and is a recipient of Champlain’s Robert A. Skiff Alumni Leadership award. She also has worked as a licensed life and health insurance agent in Vermont. Allison began her political career as an intern for U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy and serves on the board of the Boys and Girls Club of Burlington and the Champlain College Alumni Council.