Martha McKenzie Hill provides government relations and lobbying services to clients in the areas of utilities, insurance, transportation, small business, corporate issues, education, communications and technology, legal issues, and healthcare. Martha works as a strategic adviser to Fortune 100 companies, mid-size companies, and others.
Martha gained direct experience in government relations matters while serving in the President George H.W. Bush administration from January, 1990 until January, 1993. She served at the U.S. Department of State in the Office of the Legal Adviser and at the White House as Deputy Legal Adviser, as a member of the National Security Council staff. Prior to that, Mrs. Hill represented companies in Texas in her Dallas law practice.
In Arkansas, she began lobbying as a volunteer for the Arkansas State PTA.
Martha has served as a Special Justice for the Arkansas Supreme Court. She is admitted to practice law in Arkansas and Texas, and has served as member of the Old Statehouse Commission and Chairman of the Arkansas Commission of National and Community Service.