Megan Jones


Partner - Nevada

9205 West Russell Road
Suite 275
Las Vegas, NV 89148

Megan Jones, a native Nevadan, has been a campaign operative in her home state for over 20 years working alongside former Majority Leader Harry Reid since his 1998 re-election efforts and subsequent 2004 and 2010 races. She has served in various capacities for campaigns up and down the ballot from the 2012 Obama re-elect efforts to senior advisor for successful statewide ballot measures on gun safety and clean energy.  Jones has been an integral part of building the Nevada State Democratic Party infrastructure, working on the team that elected the first Latina US Senator in 2016, as well as advising the independent expenditure table in the 2018 election that resulted in electing the first Democratic Governor in over 20 years.   From message development and fundraising to political and grassroots organizing, Jones has developed expertise in all aspects of running successful campaigns and issue based advocacy work.  Committed to the values of the West, she counts as some of her most meaningful work, the management of a coalition to advocate for the successful creation of two national monuments in Nevada.  In her capacity as partner at the national public affairs firm, Hilltop Public Solutions, Jones ran 10 assembly races in the 2016 election, re-taking the Democratic majority in the state legislature and setting the groundwork for both the election of Nevada’s first African American Speaker and subsequently, the first female majority legislature in the country.   Her clients have included (current and past) Everytown for Gun Safety, NextGen, Western Conservation Foundation, Energy Foundation, the Pew Environmental Trust.  She is active in the Las Vegas community and served as a founding board member for Emerge Nevada Chapter and currently serves on the board of the Nevada Conservation League, KNPR, the Las Vegas Springs Preserve, and Second Chance.  Her favorite title is mom to two amazing kids and wife to Clark County Commissioner, Justin Jones.

[3/27/15, 3:27:01 PM] Ben Ostrower: