Boutique lobbying and government affairs firm Sonoran Policy Group has signed a pro-bono contract with Iceland’s Embassy in Washington, D.C. to provide government affairs and commercial sector counsel.
SPG will provide brand engagement for the Nordic island country to Congressional and Executive Branch members along with engagement across Capitol Hill and in the corporate sector on an as-needed and agreed-upon basis.
The agreement became effective in October and runs until early January.
SPG’s president until several months ago was former Trump campaign political director Stuart Jolly, who left the firm in May after he was accused of boasting about his access to the White House in a now-deleted Facebook post that showed him standing before a convoy of presidential limousines, accompanied by the caption “My uber finally arrived!”
Other SPG staffers are Robin Townley, one-time aide to former national security advisor Michael Flynn, and Jacob Daniels, who was the Trump campaign’s chief of staff for Michigan.
The Washington-based lobbying firm has inked recent pacts with Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Kenya and Czech Republic, as well as New Zealand’s Washington Embassy.