Meg Pisarczyk focuses on the research aspect of national and multi-jurisdictional campaigns. She conducts much of our opposition research practice and spends time digging through public records to learn about competitors and opponents. Meg works with the rest of the Tusk Strategies team to advise clients on existing regulatory hurdles and track new developments across the healthcare, technology, and food and beverage sectors.
Prior to joining Tusk, Meg worked at Ascend Justice (formerly the Domestic Violence Legal Clinic), where she helped clients navigate the court system and file petitions for Emergency Orders of Protection. Before this, she was a Research Assistant at the American Bar Foundation. Meg has previous experience with quantitative, qualitative, and legal research.
Meg graduated cum laude from Northwestern University with a B.S. in Social Policy and second major in Legal Studies. During her time at NU she was admitted to an intensive summer program at Peking University in Beijing and received an award for her thesis on prisoner litigation. Meg is based out of our Chicago office.
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