Veronica Pollock

Vice President

veronica@daschlegroup.com
202.508.3445

As Vice President with The Daschle Group, a Public Policy Advisory of Baker Donelson, Veronica helps her clients develop relationships with key elected officials, effectively communicate their message, and ultimately reach their policy goals. She represents a range of international and domestic entities, including foreign governments, non-profit organizations, trade associations, and multinational corporations.

Veronica is successful because she connects, strategizes, and advocates on behalf of her clients on the Hill, as well as, off the Hill. She takes pride in helping her clients develop long-standing relationships that not only help the matter at hand, but also future issues that may lie down the road.

Before joining TDG in 2014, Veronica worked at the National Democratic Institute (NDI) managing a variety of projects across the globe focused on developing and supporting democratic skills in emerging democracies. Her past work has included contributing to international election observation missions, program development and management, and coordinating with international leaders on special projects. Veronica was a leading staff member in organizing NDI’s International Leaders Forum at the Democratic National Convention in Denver (2008) and Charlotte (2012). The program brought together hundreds of international political elites to attend the conventions and engage with US leaders. Veronica also served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ukraine from 2001 to 2003.

Veronica spends her personal time dedicated to international and domestic causes that are important to her. She is a board member for the Jenkins Hill Society, a women’s fundraising group in Washington, DC that supports Democratic women in Congress sitting in the most vulnerable seats. She is also a member of the Board of Directors of Mines Advisor Group – America, a global humanitarian and advocacy organization that finds, removes, and destroys landmines, cluster munitions, and unexploded bombs from places affected by conflict.

Veronica is from Central New York and graduated with a BA in History from Ohio Wesleyan University. She lives in Washington, DC with her husband and two children.

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