Legislative and Regulatory Analysis, State and Federal legislative strategies
State and Local
Office of the Governor (Georgia), Presidential Campaigns, Republican National Committee
William Crozer is a senior associate at BGR, where he practices at the federal, state and local levels. Bridging federal and state/local government relations, he is responsible for developing and implementing engagement strategies both in Washington and in state capitals around the country. Not surprisingly, William can oftentimes be found on the road helping clients navigate the complex political, legislative, and regulatory state landscape. He is also a regular participant in various state-based political organizations, including the Republican Governors Association (RGA), the Republican Lt. Governors Association (RLGA), and the Republican Legislative Campaign Committee (RLCC), among others.
In Washington, William is actively engaged in federal regulatory and policy issues both on Capitol Hill and in the administration. He is active in a host of diverse policy issues ranging from healthcare, insurance and tax to economic development and international trade. Drawing on his work with BGR’s state and local practice, he helps clients explore opportunities for state leadership to weigh-in on and impact federal issues. William was a volunteer on the 2016 Trump-Pence campaign, where he assisted with national coalitions development and engagement. As part of his responsibilities, he oversaw the build-out implementation of the campaign’s Small Business and Young Professional coalitions.
Before joining BGR, William worked in Georgia Governor Nathan Deal’s Office of Executive Counsel during the 2013 legislative session. He also served on 2012 GOP Presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s campaign as Georgia Political Coordinator where he oversaw grassroots operations in the state and also assisted in the campaign’s Southeast Volunteer Deployment Program. From 2007 through 2009, William worked in the Republican National Committee’s (RNC) Finance Department where he founded and managed a donor group for young professionals. In that role, he planned and executed various fundraising events throughout the country with members of Congress as well as the President.
A native of Thomasville, Ga., William graduated from the University of Virginia in 2007 receiving a B.A. in American History. He is also a graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law and is admitted to practice in Washington, D.C. and Georgia. Though he lives in Washington, William remains involved in his home state of Georgia and the local Thomasville community serving on both the Thomasville Historical Society as well as Thomasville Landmarks boards. He is also a board member on the University of Georgia’s Law School Association Council (LSAC) and the Jefferson Scholarship Foundation’s Shadwell Society at the University of Virginia.