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 Name:
  • Heinrich, Chad
 Firm:
 Address:
  • 24 W. Camelback Rd., #A252, Phoenix, AZ, 85013
 Phone:
  • (602) 567-0276
 Cell Phone:
  • (602) 527-5463
 Email:
 Overview:
  • Heinrich Public Affairs provides businesses, associations, and individuals with representation before state and local governments, within national and local organizations, and other areas to accomplish public policy objectives. The company also designs and initiates strategic public affairs and communications actions to initiate change and solve complex policy issues that impact client business operations. Seeking first to understand, Heinrich Public Affairs will work with you and your leaders to understand your company’s goals and objectives. From that understanding you will receive strategic advice and specific recommendations on how to achieve your goals.
 Bio & Experience:
  • The company’s principal, Chad Heinrich, is a public affairs
    professional with over twenty years of experience. With Heinrich Public Affairs as your government and public affairs partner, you will have the value of relationships and experience for direct lobbying at the state and local levels, combined with the ability to execute multi-state public affairs strategies. Prior to launching Heinrich Public Affairs, Chad led government affairs strategy in twenty-two states for the University of Phoenix. By leveraging teams in these states, Chad crafted relationship building and policy-development strategies to advocate for and defeat legislation that had the potential to impact the University. Through this experience, Chad honed his knowledge of not only Arizona laws, but lobbying strategies and legislative processes across the United States. Heinrich led the public affairs and economic development teams for the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce prior to his role at the University of Phoenix. Early in his career, while serving as Deputy Secretary of State in South Dakota, Chad was recognized as one of only forty promising state leaders in the country through a fellowship with the Council of State Governments. This fellowship allowed Chad to develop government and public affairs experience at the state level early on in his career.
 Clients: