Lansing-based lobbying firm Kelley Cawthorne today opened an office in Detroit’s Fisher Building in an effort to better serve its metro Detroit-based clients such as Ford Motor Co. and Wayne State University.
“The ability to meet with community leaders in their backyard is a tremendous advantage,” says Oscar W. King III, manager of the new Detroit office. “We are also excited about the resurgence of this great city and look forward to bringing additional new businesses and staff here.”
King, who also serves as the pastor of Northwest Unity Baptist Church in Detroit, attended Harvard University. He represents clients in the health care, financial services, and non-profit sectors.
The firm’s metro Detroit area clients include DTE Energy; Wayne State University; Deloitte, a consulting firm; Ford Motor Co.; Ferndale-based DivDat, a data processing services company; Karmanos Cancer Center; and the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, among others.
Kelley Cawthorne has a 10-person bi-partisan lobbying staff and offers services such as state lobbying, campaign finance strategy, and legislative monitoring, among other services.