• “Molera Alvarez has a solid reputation as one of the most influential and effective government relations firms in Arizona. Moreover, they do it with integrity and class.”

    – Former Governor Jane Dee Hull

  • “The team of Molera Alvarez is well respected and trusted and they provide a great source of information on issues they represent.”

    – Phoenix Councilman Michael Nowakowski

  • “Molera Alvarez is one of the State’s top lobbying firms.”

    – Arizona Business Journal

  • “The team at Molera Alvarez understands Arizona politics and how to succeed.”

    – Jon Kyl

  • “Molera Alvarez have been very instrumental in helping our firm navigate through the various layers of government that exist in order to better understand and identify business opportunities for our company.”

    – Michael Griffus, CEO of Keolis Transit America

Our Clients

We are proud to partner with a wide range of Fortune 500 companies, non-profit groups and governmental entities in pursuit of their business development and legislative goals. We invite you to learn more about these clients, who choose us to represent their critical local, state and federal interests.

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Our Approach

As one of the largest and most influential business development and consulting firms in Arizona, Molera Alvarez brings a results-oriented approach to government affairs, public relations and community outreach. Our firm has earned an outstanding reputation for our ability to get things done.

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