Juleanna Glover advises major corporate clients, via Ridgely|Walsh, LLC, with high-stakes public and governmental affairs challenges in a myriad and diverse range of issue areas. Ms. Glover has decades of experience working on some of the most important government policy debates, high profile political campaigns and corporate controversies in the U.S. and abroad. The New York Times cited Ms. Glover as a “consummate political insider” and in September 2012, a Bloomberg profile stated: “[S]he brings Washington power players together in a way others can’t match. If you’re looking for the right introduction in D.C., you need to know Juleanna....” She is regularly included in publications’ lists of the most influential and powerful people in the nation’s capital.

Ms. Glover has served on the senior staffs of then President-elect George W. Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney, Mayor Rudy Giuliani, presidential candidate Steve Forbes and then Senator John Ashcroft. She advised Senator John McCain in his bid for the White House, traveling with him throughout the 2008 presidential primary season.

Ms. Glover was a Senior Advisor and Managing Director at Teneo Intelligence. Prior to joining Teneo, Glover founded the Ashcroft Group, LLC, a corporate integrity consulting company with former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft. She is also a former Director at Clark and Weinstock. Ms. Glover has advised some of the world’s largest and most interesting companies, including Uber, Microsoft, Oracle, eBay, Verisign, Snapchat, PhRMA, JP Morgan Chase, ArcelorMittal, First Solar, Chobani, the Big Four accounting firms, Eli Lilly, AT&T, LVMH, PepsiCo, Google and Alibaba.

Glover has been profiled in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Bloomberg, National Journal, the Financial Times, the London Daily Telegraph, as well as Elle, Marie Claire and Washingtonian magazines since leaving the White House in 2002. She writes and comments frequently on U.S. public policy and politics in such publications as The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Politico, The Financial Times, Reuters and National Review.
Veronika Velch is an advocacy specialist, an expert in Ukrainian and Russian politics and has extensive experience with international human rights and political campaigns.  At the age of 20, Veronika served as the youngest head of the Electoral Commission in Ukraine.  Veronika then moved to the U.S. to work for Voice of America.  She later took part in Ukraine’s Euromaidan Revolution of Dignity and led communications for the CHESNO Civil Movement to advance fair election practices in Ukraine.  She also co-founded a Ukrainian national initiative, “Follow the Money”, advocating for political finance transparency.

Veronika holds a Master of Professional Studies degree in Advocacy in the Global Environment from The George Washington University.  She also received a PhD in International Relations from Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University in Ukraine.  She is fluent in Ukrainian and Russian and was recently named a recipient of the Mark and Debbie Kennedy Frontiers of Freedom Award for advocacy work protecting human rights around the world.