Biggam Joining the Montrose Group
He will provide services to clients before local, state and federal government officials
The Montrose Group announced that Tim Biggam is joining the firm as director of government relations. On behalf of the Montrose Group, Biggam will provide Ohio lobbying services to clients before local, state and federal government officials with his over a decade of service in state government. Starting as an aide in the Ohio Senate, he most recently served as the legislative director for Governor John R. Kasich serving as the top lobbyist for the administration and being engaged in all issues facing the state of Ohio that included tax, policy, budget and regulatory matters.
He served in an administrative capacity to build and develop coalitions and worked on Kasich's national presidential campaign. He served in senior level positions at the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and the Ohio Department of Transportation as well as for the Ohio Municipal League. Biggam also spent five years in the Ohio Senate serving various members of the General Assembly.
"Tim's depth of relationships and connections in state government built over 15 years will provide Montrose Group clients with great access to the public policy making process," said Montrose Group Principal and Founder Dave Robinson. “With experience in every public policy issue going on in the Ohio Statehouse as Governor Kasich’s Legislative Director as well as his experience at the Ohio Department of Transportation, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Ohio Senate and for the Ohio Municipal League, Tim understands the complex details of state policy, budget, regulatory, tax and procurement matters like few people in Ohio right now.”
“I am excited to join the multi-disciplinary team of the Montrose Group as their point person for lobbying on state government matters," said Biggam. “We look forward to representing clients on the complete range of policy, budget, regulatory, tax and procurement issues that impact the success of our clients and the lives of Ohioans.”