Renne Public Law Group (RPLG) is excited to announce the promotions and title changes of several staff within our law office and the Renne Public Policy Group (RPPG) division.

Haylie Siino has been promoted from administrative assistant to legal assistant. She holds a bachelor of arts degree in political science from the University of California, Berkeley, and brings over five years of office management and administrative experience. Since joining RPLG in November 2022, she has been instrumental in supporting RPLG’s administrative services, ensuring smooth functioning of the office as the team manages complex cases.

Amy Boggs has been promoted from administrative and operations coordinator to director of administrative services for RPPG. Amy brings over 25 years of administrative expertise to her service of over 35 public agencies at RPPG. In her previous role, she worked closely with RPPG’s leadership team to facilitate internal and external communications. As director of administrative services, she leads RPPG’s day-to-day administrative, financial and operational functions.

RPPG’s Ethan Nagler, who holds a master’s degree in public policy and environmental policy from American University, has been promoted to policy analyst and associate lobbyist. Following a legislative internship with the California State Senate, he joined RPPG in November 2022 as a legislative aide and played an integral role supporting the firm’s legislative, budgetary and administrative advocacy efforts.

Dani Coze joins the RPPG team as a legislative aide, shifting from a role within RPLG. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, with a bachelor of science degree in conservation and resource studies and a public policy minor.
Dani, who joined RPLG as a legal assistant in September 2022, successfully facilitated the Public Law Fellowship program and planned the fellowship syllabus. Dani’s coordination of the Fellowship’s speaker series garnered distinguished guests such as former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown, Commissioner of the Federal Election Commission Ann Ravel, El Cerrito City Manager Karen Pinkos, Corte Madera Mayor Eli Beckman and more.

“At RPLG, we prioritize hiring for character and capability to fulfill our mission of effectively supporting public law in the public interest,” said Founding Partner Jon Holtzman. “Helping our staff expand their skills and take on new responsibilities demonstrates our commitment to fostering a collaborative environment that encourages professional growth. I am grateful for Haylie, Amy, Ethan and Dani’s contributions and look forward to seeing them succeed in these new roles.”

RPLG practices throughout California, advising and advocating for public agencies, nonprofit entities, individuals and private entities in need of effective, responsive and creative legal solutions.

RPPG, a division of RPLG, is a full-service lobbying and consulting practice that strives to advance the interests of public agencies and the companies that align with public entities.