Delve Announces Key New Hires
Delve exists because our clients – from large companies to major trade associations – need an information advantage that helps them understand, overcome, and anticipate public affairs challenges they face from competitors, policymakers, and other stakeholders.
Since our December 2015 official launch, we have been providing our clients with research insights that do just that, drawing on our expertise that pairs deep political knowledge with a keen understanding of the impact levers of policy and government can have on business. This combination is what separates Delve from other firms that, while they may specialize in politics or business, do not connect both and how they apply to political risks and challenges facing corporate interests.
That is why I’m excited to share with you that Delve has made three key new hires who have not only policy and political experience at the highest levels, but also perspective on how these arenas influence the environments in which our corporate clients operate. With the addition of these talented and tested individuals, Delve is taking the information advantage we offer our clients to a whole new level:
- Lindsay Pitts joins Delve as Vice President of Research and Analysis. Lindsay most recently helped secure gains in the Senate as Deputy Research Director at the National Republican Senatorial Committee, and she also brings significant in-depth policy experience to Delve, having served as Legislative Director for two Members of Congress, including for then-Chairman of the Rules Committee Pete Sessions. As a former Senior Analyst for competitive intelligence at Freedom Partners, she has a proven ability to weave politics and policy together through the lens of corporate public affairs that will help elevate our new monitoring service and ensure our analysts continue to deliver a best-in-class research product that makes a difference for our clients.
- Sean McAllister joins Delve as Research Manager, overseeing the production of in-depth, actionable insights from foundational research that empower client decision-making. Sean spent the last three election cycles on the National Republican Congressional Committee’s research team and prior to that, spent nine years building an in-depth understanding of the policy impacts on business while handling state regulatory and legislative affairs at a major trade association. At the beginning of his time in Washington, he served as a Political Liaison for the Speaker of the U.S. House.
- Michael Oberman returns to Delve as Senior Research Analyst. A former Research Associate at the firm, Michael has led research and rapid response efforts for the national and several provincial Conservative party organizations in Canada. Earlier this month, he finished his work providing research support for the successful return of the Alberta government to Conservative hands.
Please join me in welcoming Lindsay, Sean, and Michael to the team. While they have already hit the ground running, if you would like to leverage their expertise – as well as that of our entire research shop – feel free to contact me and we can set a time to discuss your research needs.
Delve Founder & CEO