A Frankfort native and graduate of Centre College in Danville, Sean has 20 years of experience lobbying Kentucky officials on myriad issues ranging from agriculture to information technology. He is a former policy analyst and contributing writer and Coordinator of Midwestern Government Affairs for the Council of State Governments. Over the years, Sean has represented clients in the areas of health care, manufacturing, telecommunications, information technology, banking, insurance and more. Currently, Sean guides many of MML&K’s client contracting and procurement matters; directs lobbying activities at the local, state and federal level; and manages MML&K’s internal resources and strategic partnerships to most effectively leverage their assistance with local, state and federal officials. Sean is a contributing writer to several Kentucky business publications and guest lecturer at numerous professional and educational forums. In addition to his service with NASL, he served on the board of the Kentucky Association of Hospice and Palliative Care.
Recognized as the top law and lobbying firm in the state by Southern Political Report, MML&K is a bipartisan firm with over a half century of experience working with local governments, state legislative and executive officials and the U.S. Congress. With eleven diverse government relations professionals, the firm has vetted professionals in the areas of telecommunications, information technology, appropriations, taxes, banking, insurance, healthcare, transportation, education, energy, procurement, association management, and strategic public relations. In partnership with the adjoining law firm, McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie & Kirkland, MML&K has offices in Lexington, Louisville, Greenup, and their headquarters in Frankfort.
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