‘I would say that No. 1, it’s a true partnership.’
The Tallahassee boutique lobbying firm PinPoint Results has a team of six advocates — and four of them are related.
And that suits partners in life and partners in business Tanya Jackson and Robert Beck just fine. Also on the payroll is Bryan Cherry, married to their oldest daughter, Amanda; so is their youngest daughter, Andrea Gheen.
“Robert and I, we can’t imagine doing it any other way,” said Tanya.
If there’s to be a third generation working at PinPoint, so far, the only candidate is the couple’s grandson, 7-year-old Austin Cherry. The blended family’s other child, Erin Beck, lives in Austin, Texas and despite entreaties from her parents, does not work for their company.
Because PinPoint is a family affair, the duo say the 35 clients on their roster get 365-day-a-year service.
Maine previously held high-level roles at DBPR and the Department of Elder Affairs.
Boutique lobbying firm PinPoint Results is adding Jason Maine to its advocacy team.
Maine joins the growing PinPoint Advocacy Team as a partner. Maine has served in the legal departments of multiple state agencies and previously worked as a prosecutor in Florida’s 2nd Judicial Circuit.
“We are so pleased to have Jason join our team. Jason brings extensive experience and knowledge of government to the table having served under the Scott Administration in various senior roles including as General Counsel for the Department of Business and Professional Regulation and the Department of Elder Affairs,” founder and managing partner Tanya Jackson said.