Meredith Mull joined PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC) as a Director in the Office of U.S. Government, Regulatory Affairs and Public Policy (Public Policy) in 2014. In this role, she represents the firm and its diverse interests before the profession, U.S. Congress, executive branch, regulatory agencies, trade associations, clients, and philanthropic partners. In addition to serving as a federal lobbyist, Meredith works closely with PwC State and Local Public Policy and Corporate Responsibility, serving as a liaison with state and local elected officials and PwC’s nonprofit partners. She manages the coordination and development of a financial literacy program for immigrants and other underserved communities, handles a broad portfolio of issues and established an annual series of PwC sponsored political, policy and diversity events at SXSW Interactive.
Prior to joining PwC, Meredith spent nine years at Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company (Nationwide). Meredith began her career at Nationwide as a Senior Retention Sales Agent in Des Moines, Iowa and rose to Senior Director and Head of Government Relations for Nationwide’s property and casualty operations in Washington, D.C. She chaired the Financial Services Roundtable’s Insurance Working Group and was selected for a three-year term on the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies’ Federal Affairs Committee as the sole Washington representative. In these leadership positions, Meredith helped to guide policy priorities, legislative strategy and communications initiatives. Earlier in her career, she managed the night shift at the Assault Care Center, a 24-bed occupancy domestic violence and sexual assault shelter where she was a shift supervisor and victim advocate in Ames, Iowa.
Meredith is also a mentor with Public Leadership Education Network, a financial literacy instructor for the Women in Housing & Finance Foundation, and regularly participates in PwC and pther community volunteer initiatives.
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