ⓘ Timmons & Company

                                     

ⓘ Timmons & Company

Timmons & Company is an American lobbying firm based in Washington, D.C. After William Timmons left the Ford White House in 1975, he founded this company along with Tom Korologos, who had reported to Timmons as Richard Nixons White House legislative liaison.

                                     
  • elections. Timmons went on to face Brandon Brown in the November general election. Timmons defeated Brown, receiving 59.5 of the vote. Timmons became one
  • his career. Timmons died, aged 38, from cirrhosis. Several critics have commented that his contribution to jazz remains undervalued. Timmons was born in
  • campaign asked Timmons to conduct a study in preparation for the presidential transition if McCain won the presidential election. Timmons is chairman emeritus
  • Michigan. Robbie Timmons retired in October, 2010 and is currently an officer of a non - profit Thoroughbred retraining organization, CANTER. Timmons was born in
  • 2017 - 01 - 07. Richard Timmons - Presenter at Rail Trends Rail Trends 2016. 2017 - 01 - 07. Cuningham, Henry 1989 - 10 - 26 TIMMONS TO TAKE OVER 82ND S ASSISTANT
  • Entrepreneurship. During his career, Jeffry Timmons resigned from two tenures and two endowed chairs. Jeffry Timmons was known as an innovative and award - winning
  • Timmons 1990, pp. 14 15. Timmons 1990, p. 15. Timmons 1990, pp. 15 16. Timmons 1990, p. 18. Timmons 1990, p. 19. Timmons 1990, pp. 8, 19 20. Timmons 1990
  • G. Kelly, John F. Scruggs, and James Healey which was merged with Timmons Company in 2010 to form Prime Policy Group. The firm came into being in 1996
  • various White House assignments as Vice President of lobbying firm Timmons Company His earlier government service included Deputy Under Secretary of
  • 2009 - 06 - 09. Timmons p. 221 Carter, p. 109 Alwood, p. 62 Witt et al., p. 210 Teal, p. 25 Fletcher, p. 67 Teal, p. 26 Faderman and Timmons p. 159 Clendinen
  • racial barriers through commonality of sexual identification. Faderman and Timmons p. 112 Humphreys, p. 51 Sagarin, p. 77 Sears, p. 119 Hogan and Hudson