Meet Our Team

Serendipitous Collaboration: We pride ourself on teamwork.

At Corry Associates we pride ourself on teamwork. All our victories are attributed to our working relationship with the the Massachusetts Legislature, and our ability to navigate very complex issues in order to achieve success for our clients.

Serendipitous collaboration is the ability to work with and balance the interests of all concerned parties to achieve a common goal.

The Corry Associates team excels at this. It doesn’t matter that we have a combined 70 years’ experience or have successfully passed forward-looking legislation that will advance livelihoods and protect young adults for years to come here in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. History is important, but it is what we do today that matters most. The only way to accomplish great things is with great people, so we make sure to only work with the best.

Meet the Collaborators

Crafting action plans tailored to individual needs, Corry Associates are your "Sherpa Guides."

Corry Associates is prepared to help you navigate Massachusetts State Government. We are a team of determined and passionate advocates, and we love the drive and competitive nature of this line of work. We apply the concepts of teamwork, strategy and collaboration to the work we do for our clients. We are good at what we do and we love what we do. Delivering results for our clients, we win when they win.

Martin G. Corry, Esq.

Marty Corry is a Boston-based attorney, specializing in Legislative and Administrative Law. He has worked in the field for more than 40 years and is the founder of Corry Associates. His pragmatic approach and thoughtful leadership has been crucial to the firm’s success on Beacon Hill.  

He provides extensive experience at advancing his clients’ initiatives with their legislative and administrative agendas. He sometimes equates his role to that of a “Sherpa Guide” – helping a client on a journey that at first may seem uncertain. But following his counsel leads to success with their agenda and that is why Marty Corry’s account tenure currently exceeds 20 years.  

A few of Marty’s career highlights: 

– Funding for a $70M State-Wide Digital Public Safety Communication System working with the Massachusetts State Police and Motorola

– The passage of the Massachusetts Film Production Tax Credit 

– The passage of the Massachusetts first-in-the-Nation Patient Safety Intensive Care Unit law

Marty earned his law degree from Suffolk University Law School after graduating cum laude with a Bachelors’ Degree in History from Boston College.

Marty is a lifelong Baltimore Oriole Fan and his “happy place” is at Fenway Park at a weekday game with a friend watching the Red Sox.  

Charlie Stefanini

Charles Stefanini has two decades of government relations, strategic campaign and public affairs experience. Charlie collaborates with Marty Corry and Dominique Salogar on their legislative work and provides counsel and assistance on many diverse issues.  

Charlie presently serves as an independent consultant providing lobbying and government relations services. Charlie advises a wide range of business and advocacy clients before Massachusetts State Government. He provides strategic planning and counsel, develops and implements multi-faceted issues-based campaigns, grassroots campaigns, and does direct lobbying of the State Legislature and Executive Branch.  

Charlie has a broad base of issues experience, working strategically with clients in the areas of Healthcare, Education, Small Business, Entertainment and Gaming. Over past legislative sessions Charlie has worked and secured legislative successes in the Life Sciences, Film Television & Streaming Production, Alcohol and Automobile Industries. He has been part of landmark legislation related to Hepatitis C Therapy, Oral-Chemo Therapy, Regulation of Vaping and E-Cigarettes and Youth Tobacco Prevention.

Charlie is the best advance-man in the business; a few of his highlights:

– Charlie worked with the Massachusetts legislature to ensure that anyone born between the years of 1945-1965 receive a screening by their Primary Care Physician for Hepatitis C. Most people that have Hepatitis C do not know that they have it and therefore do not receive the treatment they need. With this law now in place, patients get diagnosed and cured of Hepatitis C. 

– Charlie worked to ensure that patients receiving Oral Chemotherapy receive mandatory coverage in the same manner as if it were being administered via infusion. 

– Charlie played a crucial role in helping to legalize gambling in Massachusetts during the passage of expanded gaming. He has been a major contributor to many campaign victories and enjoys running Get Out the Vote (GOTV) campaign strategy. 

Charlie has advised political candidates for National, State and Local Offices and has coordinated both field and Get Out the Vote efforts at the local and national level. He received a Bachelors Degree in Political Science from the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from Northeastern University.   

Charlie played hockey at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth. He still continues to skate regularly along with coaching youth hockey teams. He also enjoys a good workout cycling.  

Dominique Salogar
Senior Associate

Dominique Salogar is a Senior Associate at Corry Associates and has been a lobbyist on Beacon Hill for a decade.

She works with clients to create strategic plans to advance their lobbying objectives. Using her Public Policy background she develops, crafts and executes campaigns uniquely tailored for each client across a wide array of industries.

As a former NCAA College Basketball Player, Dominique is incredibly driven and competitive, she loves nothing more than providing a good legislative win for Corry Associates clients.

She has achieved major legislative victories and is eager to achieve more.

  • Dominique helped to pass the tanning law, requiring a person be at least 18 years or older to be able to use a tanning bed in Massachusetts.
  • She worked to protect generations to come by going up against Big Tobacco and winning. Massachusetts was the first State in the nation to ban all flavored tobacco products including mint and menthol cigarettes and all flavored vape products.
  • Dominique also worked to help secure the strongest franchise protection law in the country for the Massachusetts Beer Distributors and facilitating market growth for Craft Brewers. As Dominique says, “There is nothing better than executing a victory on behalf of your client. But the thrill doesn’t last long, and then I am aggressively determined for another success.”

Dominique graduated summa cum laude from Suffolk University with a Bachelors Degree in Political Science along with a Masters Degree in Political Science with a concentration in Lobbying, also from Suffolk University. She has maintained relationships with her professors at Suffolk and visits to give seminars. She has also mentored students through the Corry Associates Internship program.

Dominique finds great joy in giving back to her community. She volunteers at the Wednesday Night Supper Club at the Paulist Center on Park Street in Boston. She also teaches religious studies at her local church.

Dominique lives 20 miles north of Boston with her husband, Brett, and their Standard Poodle, Lasha.

Dominique and Lasha fighting for Safe Patient Limits on behalf of the Massachusetts Nurses Association


Allen R. Larson
Of Counsel

Attorney, MBA and political strategist, Allen brings considerable federal credentials to Corry Associates. He is the founding principal of a law firm and a separate consulting firm, the Enterprise Management Group, that advise businesses and nonprofit organizations on matters of government regulation, business competition, market entry and economic development.

Allen is a graduate of Dartmouth College, earned his JD from Albany Law School and holds an MBA from the University of Minnesota.

He calls Yarmouthport home and when not plying his considerable political skills, can be found walking his dog along the Cape Cod Sound.

Colleen Turner Secino
“Even as a child, I enjoyed telling and listening to a good story.”  
Colleen Turner Secino always thought she was destined for a career in front of the camera, but a college internship at WCVB-TV helped her realize she is better at crafting news versus reading it. 
A skilled communications professional with 35 year’s experience in marketing, media and public relations, Colleen brings a host of skills to the table, including excellent regional, national and international media relations; strong creative talents; social media savvy, execution and management; solid client relations, budget and project organizational skills; as well as an extensive background in large-scale event planning.  
Colleen manages and oversees all aspects of a project, including development, coordination and implementation of public relations and marketing campaigns, as well as design and production of all related support items. Her “hand’s on” philosophy serves both clients and media well, resulting in increased story placement and general market awareness, all within budget.
From CEOs to clowns – yes, she shilled for Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey – Colleen’s strong attention to detail and tenacity when working “to get the story” hold her in good stead. She is a graduate of Bridgewater State University and resides in Naples, Florida. A self-proclaimed princess in the pantry, if Colleens not in front of her computer creating campaigns for clients, she is doing an impressive Ina Garten imitation in the kitchen.

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