Kayla Gebeck is a senior public affairs advisor in Holland & Knight’s Washington, D.C., office. Ms. Gebeck develops federal advocacy strategies and provides policy representation for corporate, tribal, and Alaska Native clients and their enterprises on legislative and regulatory matters, with the primary goal of promoting the health and economic well-being of communities.
To achieve client results, Ms. Gebeck maintains close relationships with congressional and agency staffers. She also coordinates and prepares clients to testify at congressional and agency roundtables, hearings and listening sessions. In addition, Ms. Gebeck advises clients on new guidance and legislation affecting their governments, enterprises and members through informational webinars, weekly congressional reports and effective briefing materials. Her areas of focus include agriculture, natural resources, environment, tax policy, appropriations, economic development, self-governance, social services and trust land.
Prior to joining Holland & Knight, Ms. Gebeck served as a policy analyst for the Native American Finance Officers Association. In this position, Ms. Gebeck advocated the views and concerns of tribal governments in the areas of access to capital, tax and finance policy.
Ms. Gebeck is a J.D. candidate at the Georgetown University Law Center.
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