Palladian Public Affairs
EXPERIENCE MATTERS, and ours was forged on the ground floor of the politics and government — from local fire districts to countywide and statewide initiatives, to projects on the national and global stage. Palladian Public Affairs is a full-service government affairs agency based in Spartanburg, S.C., with a deep understanding of the importance of relationship-building and forming a partnership with our clients.
We know first-hand what it means to put long hours and hard work into what you love, so we treat client projects as if they were our own — from government relations to strategic communications, campaign and PAC management, and association development. We take a strategic approach to assessing the environment, structuring dynamic communications and marketing plans and recruiting talented teams to pursue our clients’ goals and objectives.
The Palladian Group’s drive, reach and resources have been a tremendous asset in developing our strategic plan and implementing portions of it to move Cherokee County forward.
– Steve Bratton, Cherokee County Administrator
President, Palladian Public Affairs
Boone Peeler took the helm of Palladian Public Affairs in January 2021. He previously served as the state executive director of the South Carolina USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA), a position he was appointed to by the Trump Administration in 2017.
Peeler, from Gaffney, S.C., graduated from Clemson University and has worked in the public and private sectors, including stints in the insurance industry and at the S.C. Department of Health and Human Services. He previously served on Gaffney City Council and has been involved in campaigns for most of his life.
Vice President, Palladian Public Affairs
Ruth Sherlock has a unique combination of government, public affairs, marketing, and not-for-profit expertise. Most recently, she served as the Regional Representative in the Southeast Region for the Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs at the U.S. Department of Labor.
Sherlock, who lives in Greer, S.C., has held multiple leadership positions in government affairs, marketing, and presidential campaigns. She served as Special Assistant to the Office of the Secretary in the first Bush administration, where she worked with congressional staff, federal agencies and community groups.
Sherlock earned a degree in marketing from Texas A&M University and a certificate in not-for-profit fundraising from Indiana University,