Marci Rubensohn is a senior policy advisor in Holland & Knight's Atlanta office and a member of the firm's Public Policy & Regulation Group. Ms. Rubensohn designs and lobbies for legislative and regulatory solutions to problems facing large private and public clients, primarily before Georgia state and local governments. Her clients include market leaders in energy, affordable housing, education, telecommunications and hospitality, as well as the largest airport in the world as measured by passenger traffic.
Ms. Rubensohn began her legislative career as an attorney for the Georgia Senate Research Office, providing legal and policy analysis of legislation coming before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Following her work with the Georgia Senate, Ms. Rubensohn served as the deputy director of government relations with the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA), where she was responsible for lobbying the state legislature on behalf of the 550 members of GMA and for representing municipal utility systems at the Georgia Public Service Commission. Throughout her 10 years at GMA, she developed legislative policy positions for the association and cultivated strong relationships with local and state elected officials.
Ms. Rubensohn has been appointed to various task forces, including the City of Atlanta Code Enforcement Commission, the University System of Georgia Alcohol Abuse Task Force and the Midtown Atlanta Land Use Committee. She was a delegate for the American Council of Young Political Leaders (ACYPL) and a graduate of the University of Georgia Municipal Leadership Institute.
Ms. Rubensohn is an active member of the State Bar of Georgia and in charitable organizations in Atlanta.
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