[4/11 1:39 PM] Liam Matz

Liam Matz is a seasoned professional with a wealth of experience in legislative analysis and public policy. His expertise extends to community engagement, where he excels in conducting in-depth research on local political and economic landscapes. Liam’s keen eye for key trends in public sentiment, political incentives, and business development makes him a valuable asset. He is also adept at tracking legislation with specific appropriation priorities in mind and fully understanding the changes bills would make to existing laws. Liam has a passion for energy issues, particularly the permitting and regulation of renewable energy.

As a project coordinator, Liam has demonstrated his ability to mobilize and structure teams to effectively address developing community engagement challenges. He has taken the lead in client meetings, created materials for executive-level presentations, and consolidating project-wide data into concise weekly reports.

Liam runs the Hawthorn internship program and has a proven track record of developing and leading hiring procedures, instructing and supervising interns, and fostering a dynamic work atmosphere.

Liam has previously worked in the offices of Congresswoman Grace Meng and Congressman Emmanuel Cleaver, bringing an abundance of legislative expertise to the table. Liam’s experience as a fellow for K&L Gates Public Policy Practice Group further honed his skills in negotiating the intersection of law, policy, and business. Liam holds a bachelor’s degree in international relations from The George Washington University.