The Franklin Partnership
Omar S. Nashashibi is a Washington, D.C.-based lobbyist and strategic consultant. Omar uses his over twenty years’ experience lobbying in our nation’s capital and contacts developed with government officials to help clients navigate the challenges and risks of public policy actions and how they impact a business or industry. Omar works with manufacturers, producers, distributors, and others to identify vulnerabilities in the supply chain and risks to customers caused by the imposition of tariffs or new trade agreements while also providing real time analysis of how new regulations and laws on taxes, OSHA, EPA, and others could cause disruptions or create opportunities.
Omar represents small and middle market businesses, hospitals, municipalities, non-profits, and others promoting their interests before the U.S. Congress, White House, and countless federal agencies and departments. Omar is able to use the real time intelligence he gathers from top decisionmakers in Washington to help clients develop a strategic plan to minimize risk and maximize opportunities. Whether working with senior executives to create a long-term growth strategy to assisting a company’s sales team to minimize vulnerabilities in their production and distribution process, Omar’s experience working with top policymakers and industry leaders is matched by few inside, or outside, Washington, D.C.
Having worked with five Presidential administrations, with policymakers, politicians, and the media, he helps position clients to stay ahead of the competition by providing insight directly from the nation’s capital few others can. Prior to entering full time consulting in 2005, Omar worked for the Office of Management and Budget, part of the White House, a large multi-state law firm, and a non-profit public policy foundation. Omar graduated from the George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where he studied Political Science and International Affairs.
During this keynote presentation Omar Nashashibi will review the latest government regulations, international trade, tariffs, changing tax laws that affect business strategy/investments and green investments/sustainability. He will also go over changes in federal regulations due to the new administration and share how those will affect process industries.