Bridget Krieger is a trusted advocate on Capitol Hill and a champion for federal research agencies, most notably at the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the National Science Foundation (NSF), and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). With 15 years of research and higher education lobbying and consulting experience, Bridget works with clients to understand their federal objectives and then designs and implements federal and congressional strategies that attain short-term wins while solidifying the foundation for long-term federal success.
Bridget covers a diverse range of issues and leads the firm’s agricultural policy portfolio, including navigating the highly political Farm Bill to achieve client objectives. A dynamic strategist who achieves results, Bridget has extensive experience in advocating for vital federal life science programming, building new agency relationships, and guiding large-scale science projects through the federal budgeting and congressional appropriations process.
Issue Areas: Appropriations, agriculture, basic life sciences, urban affairs, hazards, public service.
Additional Experience: Bridget gained government relations experience in the private and public arenas through appointments with Congressman Dennis Moore of Kansas, Labour Party Headquarters in London, and at Tulane University.
Vital Statistics: Born and raised in Kansas City before venturing South to Tulane University in New Orleans, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, Bridget has a strong appreciation for great food and music. When not talking about the importance of agricultural research, Bridget can be found enjoying the comforts of home with her husband, son, and daughter.