CFM Strategic Communications

802D Officers Row
Vancouver, WA 98661
United States
Telephone: 360-747-3805 , Alt: 503-294-9120
Temporary address during session:
802D Officers Row
Vancouver, WA 98661
United States
Katie Jolma
Lobbying since: 2021
As the Public Affairs Manager for CFM Advocates, Katie Archer Jolma is a lobbyist, political consultant and licensed attorney, advising on large-scale public works projects, bonds, levies, initiatives, and voter measures. With over 15 years of public policy, campaign and legal experience, Katie's skills and talents are invaluable assets to CFM's multiple public affairs business lines and its wide array of client interests. Katie earned her bachelor's degree from Washington State University Vancouver in Public Affairs Administration and Management, and was the first undergraduate ever selected to be a policy analyst intern for the Clark County Board of Commissioners’ Office. She graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 2011, after serving as the Student Bar Association President of the College of Law. Katie graduated from Leadership Clark County in 2019, and is a current board member who chairs the organization's Recruitment Committee. As part of her service, she utilizes a network of over 800 alumni to engage and train new leaders regionally and facilitates educational sessions on local government. One of Katie’s proudest professional accomplishments was leading the effort to pass the City of Vancouver’s Proposition 1 – The Affordable Housing Fund, whereby Vancouver voters approved a $42 million, seven-year housing fund for very low-income households within the city. As a third-generation resident of Clark County, Katie's home and heart have always been in Southwest Washington, which is why she has such a deep understanding of the region's unique offerings. Together with CFM's principled, advocacy-driven approach and Katie's sincere desire to bring good things to the community, makes CFM an excellent choice for client's looking for community-minded outcomes. Katie, her husband, and their twin preschoolers stay busy with projects on their 10 acres in Yacolt, Washington. They also enjoy antiquing in nearby towns and "playing tourists" at sites and attractions around the Northwest. Katie also serves as a mentor to young women interested in law and politics.

This lobbyist certified completion of required code of conduct training on 12/14/2022.

Monthly lobbying reports

Lobbyists are required to file monthly reports for any period in which they are employed, even if there is no reportable activity. The list below includes all reports for 2016 and later. Reports for periods prior to January 2016 are available in the historical archive.

Report for month Date filed/amended
October 2023 16/11/23 - 9:26 am
September 2023 27/11/23 - 12:54 pm
August 2023 11/09/23 - 12:40 pm
July 2023 14/08/23 - 1:54 pm
June 2023 12/07/23 - 10:19 am
May 2023 14/06/23 - 11:46 am
April 2023 11/05/23 - 10:51 am
March 2023 13/04/23 - 4:26 pm
February 2023 13/04/23 - 4:25 pm
January 2023 13/04/23 - 4:25 pm
December 2022 13/04/23 - 4:25 pm
November 2022 12/12/22 - 2:03 pm
October 2022 15/11/22 - 10:56 am
September 2022 12/10/22 - 2:59 pm
August 2022 12/09/22 - 1:38 pm
July 2022 09/08/22 - 12:19 pm
June 2022 12/07/22 - 3:16 pm
May 2022 13/06/22 - 12:46 pm
April 2022 11/05/22 - 1:59 pm
March 2022 13/04/22 - 12:08 pm
February 2022 12/04/22 - 8:59 am
January 2022 28/02/22 - 2:05 pm

Lobbyist employers

The list below includes all employers for 2016 and later. Employers for periods prior to January 2016 are available in the historical archive.