Ogilvy’s Aguillen Named Top 40 Under 40

Ogilvy Government Relations is pleased to announce that Senior Vice President Dean Aguillen has been named by Washingtonian Magazine as one of the top 40 lobbyists under 40 in “K Street’s New Generation” in their June 2011 issue. Aguillen is particularly named for his participation in the United Technologies battle on the Hill to kill funding for an alternate engine.

Aguillen’s extensive public service includes serving as senior advisor to Speaker Nancy Pelosi and key presidential appointments in the Department of Labor. In addition to serving on the board of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, Aguillen was also named one of the 100 Most Influential Hispanics in the United States in 2007 by Hispanic Business magazine. “Dean is an invaluable asset to our firm and it’s great to see him be recognized for his efforts,” said Ogilvy Government Relations CEO Drew Maloney.

Ogilvy Government Relations is one of the premier bipartisan government relations firms in Washington. The firm is ranked as a “Top 10” government relations firm and was listed as one of the Washington Post’s Top 200 businesses in the metropolitan area. For more than a decade, the professionals at Ogilvy Government Relations have effectively represented leading corporations and institutions with legislative and regulatory concerns in Washington, DC.