Peter Matz is a Government Relations Advisor for OFW Law. He joined the firm in 2010. In that capacity, Peter provides legislative and strategic public policy counsel in a number of areas including agriculture, food and nutrition, global food security, energy, and Native American advocacy. Peter regularly analyzes the impact of federal government actions on client interests and advises clients on how best to influence policy, as well as navigate federal regulations and Capitol Hill politics. Peter has a proven track record of developing legislative and communications strategies to advance client agendas.
Prior to joining OFW Law, Peter handled the marketing and communications for P2F Holdings, a major wholesaler in California with a large and diverse product portfolio. There he developed and integrated strategies to reach targeted audiences and drive both the brands growth and the companies overall growth.
Peter is a member of the Congressional Hunger Center Awards Ceremony Steering Committee. He graduated from Emory University in 2004 with a degree in Political Science.