McAllister & Quinn is a grants consulting and government relations firm headquartered in Washington, D.C.

We offer our clients a unique blend of comprehensive grant consulting, strategic advising, and government relations services. Specifically, McAllister & Quinn provides our clients the knowledge and skills to seek federal and private foundation grant opportunities that strategically fit their organization’s priorities. We support clients to craft competitive applications, assist in developing or increasing funding streams through the congressional appropriations process, and facilitate public-private and international partnerships that furthers our client’s mission.

The firm provides clients with federal and foundation funding support services, strategic business development assistance, and traditional government relations consulting. McAllister & Quinn operates across four main practice areas: Higher Education, Healthcare, Nonprofits & Public Agencies and Advanced Technology, Homeland Security & Defense.

Working at McAllister & Quinn

At McAllister & Quinn we take pride in what we do and are passionate about our work. We seek to hire inquisitive and collaborative people from all different backgrounds to join our team. We know our teams work best when they have clear vision for client service, strong support from within, and room to grow personally and professionally. Our teams are focused on exceptional quality of service and strategic growth as we continue to grow our phenomenal staff.

McAllister & Quinn Managing Director, Emily (Cunningham) Wolf, discusses working at McAllister & Quinn and the career growth potential.

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    McAllister & Quinn is committed to building a culturally diverse and pluralistic team and network, who are committed to working in a multicultural environment where differences are valued and respected. Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, veterans, and intersectional individuals are encouraged to apply.