Natalie Salmon serves as Research Associate focusing on agriculture, energy, environment, foreign assistance, immigration, transportation, and tax issues.
At a Glance
Areas of Expertise
- Agriculture and Nutrition Policy
- Energy and Environment
- Immigration Reform
- International Development and Foreign Assistance
- Tax Policy
- Transportation Policy
- BA, Political Science, Trinity College
Natalie Salmon assists the lobbying team and clients by covering congressional hearings, drafting policy briefs and presentations, and monitoring relevant legislative and regulatory activity. She also prepares a weekly “Energy Roundup” to summarize the latest news and legislation related to energy policy, and produces “Look Ahead” memos to outline the state-of-play for upcoming congressional work periods.
Prior to joining Peck Madigan Jones in the winter of 2016, Natalie worked as a Campaign Organizer for the Public Interest Research Group. A New England native, she also interned for Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) in both her state and Washington, DC offices, as well as for the Environment Committee of the Connecticut General Assembly. Natalie graduated Cum Laude from Trinity College in Hartford with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, and she is a member of the Pi Gamma Mu International Honor Society in Social Sciences.