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I have built long term relationships with government, business, and nonprofit leaders. These relationships allow me to solve issues, avoid pitfalls, and serve my clients by providing a path forward for their needs.

Kristy Quattrone is a Government Relations Advisor in the Adams and Reese Columbia office and a member of the firm’s Intersection of Business and Government Practice.

Kristy works with businesses and nonprofit organizations across several industries and sectors by developing and executing government relations strategies at the federal level and across South Carolina at both statewide and local levels.

Most recently serving the current Governor into his third term, Kristy has extensive experience working with legislators, constitutional officers, other government officials, state agencies, and local governments together with key members of the business community and nonprofit leaders. 

As Director of Boards and Commissions, Kristy and her team coordinated with state agencies, the South Carolina Legislature, other elected officials, members of the business community, and various associations on behalf of the Governor to seek and secure nominations for qualified candidates to serve in the 5,000 available gubernatorial appointed positions.

Prior to her service as Director of Boards and Commissions, Kristy served the governor as Cabinet Director. 

As Deputy Chief of Staff for the Office of the Lieutenant Governor, Kristy handled outreach, media, and constituent relations and traveled extensively with the Lieutenant Governor helping to build relationships across the state. 

During her two administrations with the Office of the Attorney General, Kristy handled logistics and management of the office’s executive suite.

Before working in state government, Kristy was a small business owner.

Kristy received her B.A. in International Studies from the University of South Carolina.

Disclaimer: Kristy Ray Quattrone is not licensed to practice law.


  • University of South Carolina, B.A., 2000