TORONTO – Stosic & Associates (S&A), one of Canada’s leading boutique government relations and public affairs firms, today announced the promotion of Rebecca Grundy to the position of Vice President, Ontario.
“Rebecca’s promotion at S&A is in direct recognition of her business acumen, intelligence, hard work, and deep experience working with and within government. Under Rebecca’s leadership, S&A’s Ontario government relations practice will continue to thrive,” said Aleks Stosic, CEO.
Rebecca joined the firm in early 2017 and quickly became a principal driver of the firm’s growth in the cannabis, beverage alcohol, health, energy and environment sectors.
Her record of success in client engagements is linked to her years of experience in consulting in the private sector coupled with several leadership roles inside the Ontario PC Party.
Rebecca’s political experience includes having held leadership roles in the campaigns of both the Hon. Caroline Mulroney (2018) and the Hon. Christine Elliott (2014) where she distinguished herself as an effective manager, relationship builder, and as a stakeholder relations expert.
During her time at Queen’s Park, Rebecca was quickly elevated to the position of Director of Caucus Relations and Tour in the Office of the Official Leader of the Opposition. She was responsible for working with all PC MPPs in coordinating and executing province-wide communications and public relations strategies that contributed to the election and re-election of many caucus members.
About Stosic & Associates
S&A is one of Canada’s fastest growing independent government relations and public affairs firms, that offers boutique services that fully customized to each client’s size and desired outcomes. S&A works across industries to deliver sectoral transformation and regulatory change, capital investments, policy development, and market strategy.
S&A helps clients manage the issues of the day effectively, develop and execute long-term plans for strategic impact and influence, and shape or reshape policy, legislative, and regulatory environments
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