Andrew Nehring is a Director at the Vogel Group.
For nearly a decade, Andrew Nehring has represented small businesses, Fortune 500 companies, major trade associations, and governments from around the world. He has helped his clients craft and execute public affairs campaigns, government affairs strategies, and provided strategic counsel ranging from grassroots outreach and coalition building to earned and paid media. Prior to joining Vogel Group, he was the Founder and Principal of Fourth Street Advocacy and before that he was Vice President of Client Relations at DDC Public Affairs.
At Vogel Group, Andrew focuses his practice on issues from appropriations, energy, financial services, technology and telecommunications to general tax policy, labor, hazardous material transportation, and transportation jurisdictional and regulatory disputes.
Andrew also has extensive experience on international matters. He represented the Republic of Iceland, the Kingdom of Bahrain, the Government of New Zealand, and the Republic of Kenya on issues relating to finance, infrastructure development, sanction matters, security, trade, and transportation. Andrew helped lead the efforts to protect and advance airport security protocols on behalf of the Republic of Iceland and helped obtain recertification for the bi-lateral trade agreement between the U.S. and East Africa, the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), for the Republic of Kenya.
With his keen understanding of the intersection between politics and lobbying, and his ability to build strong relationships with key stakeholders, Andrew is able to help his clients better navigate the political landscape and legislative realities in Washington and abroad.
Born and raised in Maryland, Andrew attended the University of Maryland-Baltimore County and currently resides in Northwest Washington D.C. with his fiancé Margaret.
Transportation and Infrastructure