Jeffrey Pike

Mr. Jeffrey Pike, founder and CEO of Pike Associates, managed the firm’s bi-partisan government relations practice before joining TG&A. During his more than 26 years in the private sector Mr. Pike has provided government relations services to domestic and international corporations, small businesses, trade associations, organized labor, state and federal government agencies and non-governmental organizations. His work for these clients has involved a variety of fields including fisheries, maritime, transportation, trade, energy, environment and natural resource management. He is also known in Washington for his work to promote animal welfare and conservation. As a former commercial fisherman from Cape Cod, Mr. Pike is a recognized expert in domestic and international fisheries and  oceans issues. 

 

Prior to founding Pike Associates in June 2009, Mr. Pike was a partner in the law firm of Sher & Blackwell for more than a dozen years where he directed the government relations practice group. During that time Mr. Pike compiled an impressive record of success on behalf of his clients. He pioneered a whale-safe lobster gear exchange program that promotes both environmental needs and economic interests of fishermen, he was instrumental in the successful congressional campaign to increase mandatory automobile fuel economy standards (CAFE) for the first time in 30 years, secured House and Senate approval for a sophisticated new weather buoy to provide critical safety data for passenger ferries transiting the region, obtained funding for new oil spill prevention technology, helped establish the first fishing sectors or cooperatives on the East coast, negotiated protections for U.S. fishery products in new trade agreements and won congressional approval for $55 million in federal loan guarantees to modernize a shipyard.

 

Between 1979 and 1995, Mr. Pike worked for the U.S. House of Representatives. In his last assignment as Chief of Staff of the House of Representatives Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Mr. Pike was deeply involved in virtually every maritime, fisheries, oceans and environment bill considered by the House. Prior to his appointment as Chief of Staff, Mr. Pike was staff director for the Subcommittee on Fisheries, Wildlife and the Environment and a professional staff member of the Coast Guard and Oceanography Subcommittees.

 

Before coming to Washington, D.C. in 1978, Mr. Pike was an owner and operator of his own commercial fishing vessel out of Chatham, Massachusetts.

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