Lyn Harry White Joins Clark Hill PLC Phoenix as Director of Government and Public Affairs
PHOENIX, AZ –
Lyn Harry White has joined Clark Hill PLC Phoenix as Director of Government and Public Affairs.
White joins the law firm’s Government and Public Affairs practice from Freeport McMoRan, where for nearly two decades she served as the company and its predecessor’s Government Relations Director. In her corporate public affairs role, Lyn facilitated numerous public policy accomplishments. Prior experiences include serving in political positions for U.S. Senator John McCain, U.S. Representative John Shadegg, U.S. House Minority Leader John Rhodes and Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio.
“Lyn has significant experience in leading government relations teams in the development and implementation of public policy advocacy,” said Charlie Spies, Member in Charge of Clark Hill’s Washington DC office. “Her national experience combined with her vast network of contacts in Arizona and Western states significantly enhance Clark Hill’s reach.”
White has extensive expertise in mining, land use, water management, environment, natural resources, energy, taxation, budget, planning & zoning and general business issues at the local, state and federal levels of government. In addition, she has a wide range of experience in civic, community and political activities.
She has served on numerous associations, boards and commissions including the National Mining Association, the State Society of Arizona, the Arizona Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce, the Arizona Mining Association, the Mine Advisory Council, the Arizona Trail Association, Arizona Tax Research Association, the Arizona Mexico Commission, Arizona Electric Choice and Competition, the Arizona Water Resource Development Commission, the Arizona Centennial Commission, Paradise Valley Village Planning Committee, and Fiscal Accountability and Reform Efforts Committee.
White received her B.A. in Political Science, statistics/economics from Arizona State University and attended George Washington University for graduate studies.
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