Toronto, ON – Wellington Dupont Public Affairs (WD) is pleased to welcome Lily Mesh to the team as Vice President of Government Relations.
Lily is joining WD after working at a public affairs firm where she advised a wide range of health-focused clients across the private, public, and non-profit sectors in government relations and communications strategies.
Prior to that, Lily brings several years of experience in policy analysis, stakeholder relations and communications working both provincially and federally. Lily has experience working for the former Leader of the Official Opposition at the Ontario Legislature. During her time at Queen’s Park, she produced five Private Member’s Bills focusing on digital disruption, financial services and cutting red tape. Federally, she focused on files pertaining to Public Accounts as well as Industry, Science and Technology to name a few.
“We are thrilled to welcome Lily to our growing team,” said Brian Storseth, Principal at WD. “With her experience and expertise, Lily will provide the right strategic guidance to our valued clients.”
Lily has worked on countless political campaigns at all three levels of government for the past 10 years, with positions ranging from Get Out the Vote Strategist to Chief Financial Officer to Campaign Manager.
She also brings in marketing and business experience where she regularly launched branding campaigns by creating websites and advertisements, while also performing profit and revenue retention analyses.
Wellington Dupont is a North American public affairs firm with strong talent working closely across Canada and the United States.
With offices in Washington, D.C., Ottawa, Toronto and Winnipeg, Wellington Dupont's approach ensures consistent and seamless results throughout all offices while keeping top of mind policy and regulations on both sides of the border.
Wellington Dupont’s team of trusted advisors uses their combined experience in media relations, business, politics, and government to provide sound counsel and strategic advice while helping clients achieve results.
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