Jennifer Farley is an Associate with Wellington Dupont and has been involved in politics and policy for over two decades. Years of experience have honed Jennifer's skills in navigating The Hill. Her particular strength lies in identifying the right contact for a client, making connections and creating the opportunity for a client's voice to be heard. She has an effortless and natural way with people, and her ability to connect with others and forge relationships is a tremendous asset.
Before joining WD, Jennifer completed a four-year assignment as the Associate Director for the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs in the White House of President George W. Bush. In this capacity, Jennifer served as the official liaison to state, city, county and tribal governments on behalf of the White House and President Bush. Furthermore, she was responsible for formulating policy and briefing the President on issues that advocated for state and local interests. Jennifer was also responsible for meeting with governors, mayors and tribal leaders on behalf of the President and traveled extensively throughout the country in this capacity. Jennifer regularly spoke on behalf of the White House on various panels and conferences across the nation to foster a working partnership between federal, state and local leaders.
Prior to her tenure at the White House, Jennifer served as the Deputy Political Director for the National Republican Senatorial Committee where she was responsible for developing and promoting the Republican political platform, as well as coordinating fundraising, research, strategic planning and election strategy in every US Senate race. Further, Jennifer gained experience on Capitol Hill as advisor in the Office of Senator John McCain.