Elevate Hires John Hoeven’s Deputy Legislative Director Tyler Hardy as Vice President

Elevate Government Affairs is excited to announce that Sen. John Hoeven’s (R-ND) former Deputy Legislative Director, Tyler Hardy, has joined the firm as a Vice President. Tyler brings with him a wealth of experience on many of the issues of interest to Elevate’s clients.

Tyler has been with Sen. Hoeven for nearly a decade, joining his office in 2014, and is passionate about helping find solutions to complex policy challenges. He has successfully led the passage of several notable bills that were signed into law related to agricultural taxation, agribusiness banking, carbon capture and sequestration, highway infrastructure, and air traffic control reform.

“Our firm has been able to grow because of our ability to add highly talented and experienced individuals like Tyler,” said Rob Chamberlin, Co-Founder and Principal. “We are thrilled to welcome Tyler to Elevate. His background in transportation, energy, financial services, appropriations, and agriculture will allow us to continue to provide measurable results to our clients and facilitate further growth for our firm.”

“It is incredibly exciting that we are able to bring aboard someone as smart and capable as Tyler, which speaks to growth that Elevate has experienced over the past few years,” said Sam Whitehorn, Co-Founder and Principal. “We are confident in Tyler’s ability to provide immense value to our clients as we help them navigate through the complicated Washington landscape.”

“After speaking with Rob and his fellow partners, I knew that I would be a great fit for Elevate and would be able to help the firm continue to prosper,” remarked Tyler. “I am excited to get started with my new colleagues and I look forward to leveraging my skills and expertise to assist our clients in executing their policy goals.”

Tyler has developed an expertise in a variety of fields as he led legislative efforts on issues including, but not limited to, appropriations, transportation, financial services, tax, agriculture, and energy policy.