Amy J. Kellogg Named to the Inaugural City & State 2021 Telecommunications Power 50 List

Kellogg Amy 2019 ALB 6013 HRHarter Secrest & Emery LLP, a full-service business law firm with offices throughout New York, is pleased to announce that Amy J. Kellogg has been named to the first City & State Telecommunications Power 50 list.

City & State’s Telecommunications Power 50 identifies the leading figures in New York’s telecommunications industry, including executives, government officials, entrepreneurs, and advocates.

Kellogg is the partner-in-charge of the firm’s Albany office and the Government Affairs practice group leader. She represents a variety of New York State professional associations, businesses, and not-for-profit organizations before New York State government, including the New York State Legislature, the Governor’s Office, and state agencies. She monitors, analyzes, and reports on the status of pending legislation, advises clients regarding myriad government relations compliance issues, communicates clients’ positions to members of New York State government and state agencies, drafts legislation on behalf of clients, and assists clients with strategy regarding government funding mechanisms and programs.

Kellogg earned her B.A., summa cum laude, from the State University of New York at Potsdam, and is a cum laude graduate of Albany Law School. She currently serves as Vice President of the Potsdam College Foundation Board of Trustees, Secretary of the Albany Law School Government Law Center Advisory Board, Board Member for the National Association of State Lobbyists, and a member and immediate past chair of the Government Affairs Practice Committee for the American Bar Association Business Law Section.  She received the Distinguished Service Award in 2016 from SUNY Potsdam and the 2018 Donald D. DeAngelis ’60 Excellence in Alumni Service Award from Albany Law School.

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