There's a lot happening for PolicyWorks and our clients. Check out the latest news and successes below.

PolicyWorks Unveils New Website & Logo

PolicyWorks proudly unveiled its new website and logo this fall. The new site features a streamlined, modern design, improved functionality and easy access to essential services.

"We are thrilled to debut our company’s new website to highlight the impact of our clients’ work, and enable visitors to easily understand the breadth of PolicyWorks’ products and services," said Justin Hupfer, CEO of PolicyWorks. "We serve as a proud partner to our clients and are passionate champions of their missions."

From Fortune 500 companies to small non-profit organizations, PolicyWorks has been proud to manage public relations campaigns and government affairs initiatives that lead to impactful public policy.

The new website will be updated on a regular basis with news, client initiatives, government affairs updates and corporate milestones. Visitors are encouraged to explore the website and follow PolicyWorks on social media for more information.

PW Staffer Selected for the 2020-2021 West Des Moines Leadership Academy
Congratulations to Natalie Mahoney, our public affairs coordinator, for being selected in the 2020-2021 West Des Moines Leadership Academy. During this nine month program, Natalie and her classmates will learn how to be better leaders in the community. Read more about the program here

Governor Kim Reynolds Signs SF583 Into Law

With the help of PolicyWorks, Governor Kim Reynolds signed SF583 into law. PolicyWorks and the Iowa Solar Energy Trade Association helped lead discussions with stakeholders over the past year that led to this important compromise that enables solar to continue to grow in Iowa. 

PolicyWorks Team Provides Advocacy Update

The PW team provided an advocacy update during the 2020 Legislative and Regulatory Conference in Des Moines this past February. 

PW Staffer Selected for 2020 Leadership Iowa Class
Congratulations to Jessica Maldonado, our public affairs director, for being selected in this year's Leadership Iowa class. Over the next 8 months, the class will travel the state and dive into important Iowa industries and issues like energy, agriculture, workforce and economic development.