Tag: Michael O’Brien

Webinar: Smart Cities

Southeast ELGL board member Michael O’Brien, the founder and principal of MOB Advocacy, will be MCing a webinar on “Smart Cities.” He’s chosen three startup companies that are getting national recognition for the work they are doing to talk to the ELGL membership.  Kent WyattELGL C0-Founder. Interim Communications Manager for the City of Tigard, Oregon.

Uber, Lyft, and Telsa vs. the Government

Michael O’Brien, ELGL SE board member and founder of MOB Advocacy, follows up “Does My City Need a Federal Lobbyist?” by discussing the increasing struggle between peer-to-peer car companies and local and state government. You can find more of Michael’s work on The State of the States blog. Let the Litigation and Legislation Begin! by Michael O’Brien, … Continued

Does My City Need a Federal Lobbyist? by Michael O’Brien

In the age of “phone marks” and Congressional inaction, many cities are re-evaluating the need for a federal lobbyist. To shed light on the pro’s and con’s, we have enlisted ELGL Southeast advisory board member Michael O’Brien to highlight what we should consider in making the decision to hire or re-hire a federal lobbyist.  Background … Continued

Introducing the Southeast Advisory Board

Adding to the Advisory Board(s) The Southeast chapter of ELGL has been working diligently to form an advisory board to assist the forming chapter it its development. The new advisory board will work to attract new members, brainstorm future events, and pass along ideas for website content related to the Southeast region. For more information … Continued

New Sensation: Michael O’Brien, MOB Advocacy, Principal

We’re back with the new “New Sensation” feature. We’ve updated the questions based on your feedback. You’ll now learn about the best YouTube videos on the web, read about gift ideas for the holiday season, and learn about the career accomplishments of our new members.  As a reminder, we developed this feature to introduce you … Continued

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