No matter the political party you identify with, we all want to know one thing after an election.
How will this impact my life?
Legislative Advocates Albert Balido and Max Perkins are here to provide insight on the results of the 2020 general election – and what that means for you.
About our Presenters
Managing Partner, Anfield Consulting
Since 2002, Albert has been at the forefront of lobbying some of the most contentious legal issues on behalf of Florida consumers and helped the association accomplish many of its most important legislative victories and passed several bills on their behalf.
Albert also has worked for the Florida Medical Association as a lobbyist and political consultant. While at the FMA, Albert tackled some of the biggest issues facing the healthcare industry including managed care and scope of professional practice issues.
Albert also served as a staff member in the Florida House of Representatives. During his six-year tenure in the Legislature, Albert had direct involvement in the development of public policy on a wide scale, primarily focusing on healthcare, children and families, local government and budget issues.
Vice President, Lobbyit
Max Perkins began his career on Capitol Hill in 2008 as a non-partisan staffer for the U.S. Senate Committee on Rules and Administration. While serving the Rules Committee, Mr. Perkins worked under the direction of distinguished leaders in Congress, such as Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and current Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-NY), as well as former-Senator Robert Bennett (R-UT). Mr.
Before joining Lobbyit as its Vice President in 2017, Mr. Perkins spent 7 years at Van Scoyoc Associates, the largest independently-owned lobbying firm in Washington, D.C., representing state, county, and local government agencies. Mr. Perkins continued his non-partisan professional development while at VSA, assisting state and local agencies with issue development and advocacy before Congress and the Executive Branch. Mr. Perkins covered a broad swath of domestic policy areas including appropriations and budget initiatives, natural resources management, transportation and water infrastructure policy and funding, public health and safety initiatives, floodplain management policy, and regulatory intervention. Max has also been successful in advocating for federal funding for gray and green flood control infrastructure, water desalination plant construction, community engagement programs for Alzheimer’s patients, community redevelopment projects, and wildfire resiliency initiatives.