The principals at CAG have a proven track record of successfully representing and advocating for clients from every background. Our spectrum of experience in politics, government and media help us better understand and communicate client’s goals and objectives.
Before founding CAG as the managing partner, Bill Vickery worked in many different roles, including serving as campaign manager for a successful campaign for United States Senate. Now in addition to his work at CAG, Vickery hosts a popular Sunday morning talk radio show on 103.7 The Buzz. Focused on sports, politics and humor, The Vickery Show is a must-listen for politicos and insiders across most of the state.
A founding partner of CAG, Mitchell Lowe has more than two decades of experience developing and implementing strategy to achieve success in political and policy arenas in both Little Rock and Washington, D.C. Mitchell is a contributing opinion writer for Arkansas Money & Politics magazine and appears regularly on network news programs to provide commentary and analysis.
A term-limited member of the House of Representatives, John Burris has served as both a political strategist and a policy thought leader. His work as the House Republican Leader, Political Director for Tom Cotton, and contributing architect of many of Arkansas’ pioneering healthcare reforms has made him a sought after advisor by leaders at a state and national level.
Holland Burton spent ten years in Washington, D.C., building a career in the private and public sector, including a three year stint as Deputy White House Liaison to the Department of Defense. After relocating to Little Rock, Holland’s development and management experience helps CAG better serve our clients and accomplish our mission.
Fran Jansen Webb brings to CAG almost 30 years of experience in marketing, public relations, advertising, and fundraising. Her broad background gives her a unique insight into many different segments of the economy and her experience adds significantly to the breadth of knowledge at CAG.