1610 Parkridge Parkway
Louisville, KY 40214
Gregory J. Brotzge
Mr. Brotzge has over 29 years experience in communications and government relations and has been a consultant since 1991.  Prior to his work as a consultant he served as Manager of Government Affairs for Rohm and Haas Kentucky, Inc. and was Assistant Manager of Government Affairs at the Louisville Chamber of Commerce.

Throughout his career he has worked for a number of trade associations and Fortune 500 companies.  These include Delta Airlines, Scott Paper, Gallatin Steel, the Kentucky Society of Architects, the American Coatings Association, the American Heart Association and the Kentucky Dental Hygienists’ Association.

Mr. Brotzge is a Louisville native and received his BA and MBA from the University of Louisville.  He is a founding member of the Louisville Forum and a 1995 graduate of Leadership Kentucky.  He also served for many years on the MSD Appeals and Overseers Board.

Mr. Brotzge has been involved in a number of civic activities including the Metro United Way, Salvation Army and the Metro YMCA.  He has also been active with Greater Louisville, Inc., the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church in Louisville.
Clyde Caudill
Mr. Caudill brings a broad depth of experience to the Impact Government Relations team, having served in a variety of state and local government positions, and as a lobbyist during his 40-year plus career.

As a lobbyist, Mr. Caudill focuses on education issues but has represented a broad spectrum of clients in areas that include agriculture, architecture, environment, and health care.

He began his career with Jefferson County Schools in 1962 and was appointed Assistant Superintendent in 1974.  From 1980 to 1983, he was in charge of the KY Dept. of Education's Office of Research and Planning.

From 1983 to 1993, he served as Assistant Superintendent for Community/Governmental Relations for the Jefferson County Schools.  In 1993, he became a full-time lobbyist as the Legislative Liaison for the Kentucky School Boards Association.  In 1998, Mr. Caudill began representing clients as a contract lobbyist in Frankfort.

Mr. Caudill has served on a number of civic organization boards, and has been active throughout his career in Community, government and politics. From 1976 to 1980, he served Democrat Governor Julian Carroll as Administrative Assistant for Education Affairs.

He earned his Bachelors degree from the University of Kentucky in Mathematics and holds a Masters degree plus 30 semester hours from Western Kentucky University in Education, Science and School Administration.
Robert Rowland
Mr. Rowland brings over three decades of experience to Impact Government Relations.  Mr. Rowland began his career as an employee of the Legislative Research Commission, and more recently as a registered legislative agent.  Representing a variety of industries and organizations, his expertise and experience with the legislative and executive branches of government have been invaluable in maintaining close ties with members of the General Assembly and the current Administration. 
In the ‘80s and ‘90s, as Assistant to the House Republican Floor Leader and then as Chief of Staff, Rowland advised leadership and caucus members on state budget and tax concerns, and other issues before the General Assembly.  Researching a variety of issues and navigating through a broad spectrum of national, state, and local bureaucracies thoroughly familiarized Rowland with the inner workings of Frankfort and state government.
Mr. Rowland has represented a number of diverse clients over the last ten years in the areas of agriculture, internet trade, tax policy and trade associations.  Rowland has spent considerable time in Washington in recent years lobbying members of Congress and building relationships with Kentucky’s congressional delegation and congressional staff.  Rowland received undergraduate degrees in government and philosophy from Western Kentucky University, and a Master of Public Administration, with an Area of Concentration in Public Finance, from the University of Kentucky.