Published on: November 19, 2021
Authors: Daniel W. Chasen
Topics: Jobs, Skills and TrainingHR Policy Vice President of Government Relations Chatrane Birbal was named a National Institute for Lobbying & Ethics 2021 Top Lobbyist, an honor that “aims to recognize those who have been working hard behind the scenes to enact meaningful change.”
According to NILE, the award is made by lobbyists for lobbyists. “All nominees were nominated by their peers, clients, or Congressional staff and were evaluated blindly to ensure receiving the honor of 2021 Top Lobbyist is 100% merit based.”
“Chatrane has been an invaluable member of our team,” said HR Policy Association President and CEO Tim Bartl. “This is well-deserved honor, and that it is given by peers makes it even more special.”
NILE president Tommy Goodwin said the award winners “represent both well-known and lesser-known Government Relations professionals, many who work day in and day out without expecting recognition. They are providing tremendous value for their organizational stakeholders.”
Ms. Birbal also won the award in 2020. Only a handful of nominees received the award two years in a row.