Ginny Myrick, president of Myrick Policy Group, has joined the consulting team of The Inman Co. to expand its capacity in the government and legislative strategy arena.
Myrick continues to run Myrick Policy Group, which she founded in 2011. MPG assists clients with general lobbying services, government procurement, and land use and zoning.
The Inman Co. and its consultants serve as advisers to privately held and family-owned businesses.
For more than 50 years, Inman has assisted hundreds of clients across North America ranging in value from $5 million to more than $1 billion in mergers, acquisitions, public and private debt/equity financing and strategic planning.
The two-term City Council veteran also is a former senior policy adviser for international law with Holland & Knight. She was legislative director for Mayor John Delaney, vice president of government relations for the Jacksonville Port Authority and the principal of several private companies.
Myrick currently serves on Mayor Lenny Curry’s economic development transition subcommittee. She previously served on transition committees for former mayors.
“Ginny Myrick is known and respected throughout the Southeast for her insight, effectiveness and knowledge of government and the key players,” said William O. Inman III, founder and chairman of The Inman Co.
Myrick Policy Group is based at 245 Riverside Ave.