In 1791, Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson instructed Major Andrew Ellicott to survey the ten-square miles that would become Washington, DC. Ellicott and his team placed a series of boundary stones to demarcate the border of the nation’s capital. The boundary stones marked where Washington intersected with the rest of the world and were essential for those attempting to navigate early Washington. Boundary Stone Partners was founded to help executives, businesses, organizations and investors navigate the complex intersection of business, finance, policy, technology, and regulation in Washington.
Boundary Stone Partners assists with business development, investment advice, understanding public policy, and navigating Washington. Our team members have managed multibillion-dollar federal agencies, developed public policy, managed venture capital funds, developed businesses, practiced law, and managed complex communications challenges. We put our collective ability to understand the intersection of markets, technology and policy together for our clients.