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Hollenbeck Strategies has assembled an impressive cadre of expert independent associates designed to assist governments, corporations and individuals in navigating the legislative and political landscape.

Strategic government consulting services in Chicago
Roxane Assaf-Lynn

Roxane Assaf-Lynn  was a Project Manager for a Title IV US Dept. of Education grant for the development of updated pedagogies and active-learning classroom spaces.  Her work for the City Colleges of Chicago began in Adult Education, teaching English as a Second Language.  Her work in the credit program shifted from developmental English Composition to the staff position in faculty professional development. Her graduate work in journalism made her a Capitol Hill correspondent for the Medill News Service in Washington for news outlets including the Durham Herald-Sun newspaper (Durham, North Carolina), WATD Radio Boston (Boston, Massachusetts), and the CBS TV news affiliate in Monroe, Louisiana. She has freelanced for a DC-based magazine as a Middle East correspondent and currently contributes to the Huffington Post.


Roxane has produced 50 studio episodes of "Illinois Law: Legal News You Can Use" for the Illinois State Bar Association.

Strategic government consulting services in Chicago
Tony Boylan

Tony Boylan is a media veteran who covered business and politics for The Chicago Tribune, USA Today and Crain's Chicago Business and other publications before focusing his career on public relations.  As a reporter, Tony covered elections, the S&L crisis, large mergers and acquisitions, IPOs and all manner of economic development among other things. He has interviewed and worked with major politicians, CEOs, celebrities and leading figures in nearly every field. 

Tony has recently taught media skills in emerging democracies in Eastern European and African nations emerging from conflict or dictatorship. As the only person working to publicize the 2003 presidential election in Somaliland, he set up a series of BBC Africa radio broadcasts for the candidates and established a town hall forum in the capital city.


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