517.374.2703 info@rwca.com

Abigail L. Burnell

NAME
Abigail L. Burnell
Government Affairs Consultant

EXPERIENCE
Abigail joined the firm in 2018 after seven years with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services; Policy, Planning, and Legislative Services Administration. Abby has significant experience in regulatory issues and policy related to Certificate of Need and health facility licensing. Abby was previously the Project Coordinator of the Certificate of Need Evaluation Section coordinating the review and approval of all submitted CON applications.

PERSONAL
Abby enjoys traveling, gardening, and cheering on Spartan Athletics. She and her husband Niko live in East Lansing with their dog Garth.

EDUCATION
Bachelors of Science from Michigan State University in 2012.

Contact Info

Abigail L. Burnell
RWC Advocacy
106 W. Allegan Street, Suite 600
Lansing, MI 48933
517.374.2703 (office)
269.362.4324 (cell)

Who We Are Following on Twitter

Michigan reports 185 new COVID-19 outbreaks in Jan. 18 report https://trib.al/RMSlmqH

Arielle Kass (@ArielleKassCDB) and I chatted with Peter Cummings of The Platform about a range of issues last week: From the Fisher Building sale to his company's ups and downs, from succession planning to residential demand.

Take a listen. https://www.crainsdetroit.com/real-estate/conversation-platforms-peter-cummings-whats-new-fisher-building-sale-residential-market

Infrastructure law sends Michigan $563M to fix bridges in the next five years https://trib.al/1L8TkYZ

.@GovWhitmer didn't make a "tough decision," she made the WRONG decision - one that experts warned her against hours after COVID arrived in Michigan.
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/whitmers-top-doc-downplays-covid-nursing-home-deaths-tough-decisions-have-to-be-made

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