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Tricia Engle



Tricia Engle

Life at FGS Global

Partner in the firm’s Government Affairs Division with extensive expertise in the inner workings of the U.S. Senate and its leadership. Provides strategic, legislative, and political advice to advance client objectives on the Hill and in the Administration.

Life Pre-FGS Global

Spent the first 26 years of her career living the CSPAN2 life on the Senate floor, with her most recent position serving as the Assistant Secretary for the Majority. Helped Senators and staff understand the Senate rules and procedures, and advised them on procedural options to achieve their legislative goals.

Life Beyond FGS Global

Lives in Falls Church, VA with her two sons. She is happiest on her pontoon boat with her sons who try to teach her how to fish.

Tricia Engle is a Partner in the Government Affairs Division at FGS Global, based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. She advises clients across a wide range of industries navigate the legislative process in Congress.

Tricia worked in the U.S. Senate leadership for 26-years. In that capacity, she developed and executed winning legislative strategies on a wide range of issues. Most recently, she held the title of Assistant Secretary for the Majority. Majority Leader Schumer described her as “something truly unique, a legislative artist who knows the inner workings of this body like few others in the country.”

She is a seasoned political operative with the ability to navigate complex government processes to advise for solutions in rapidly changing policy areas. She is a trusted leader, strategic advisor, and is known for her bipartisan coalition building. She has provided legislative and political counsel to government officials, non-profits, and global corporations in every sector spanning from transportation, tourism, semiconductors, healthcare, labor, finance, defense, foreign relations, among others.

Tricia received her MBA and MA in Government from Johns Hopkins University. She holds a BA in Political Science from South Dakota State University.

Tricia Engle