Terminus South is a government relations firm focused on client satisfaction. With a combined twenty-two years of experience in Georgia, Terminus South co-founders Jason Broce and Kash Trivedi have the expertise to deliver quality outcomes by prioritizing the client’s experience. Broce and Trivedi were early supporters of Governor Brian Kemp and served as campaign policy advisors. With accomplished careers in appropriations, healthcare, labor, and public safety as well as deep relationships with key policymakers, Broce and Trivedi at Terminus South are critical links between the private sector and government under the Gold Dome.
Kash Trivedi is a co-founder of Terminus South. Trivedi began his government affairs career working for the Georgia House Appropriations Committee ...
Jason Broce is a co-founder of Terminus South. Broce has spent his career focused primarily on healthcare and appropriations work at both the state and ...
Manager of Government Affairs
Taylor is a native of Dawsonville, Georgia. Prior to joining Terminus South, Taylor worked in fundraising ...
Kash Trivedi is a co-founder of Terminus South. Trivedi began his government affairs career working for the Georgia House Appropriations Committee, building relationships with key committee and staff members and learning the state’s budgetary processes. Trivedi also worked in government affairs at the Georgia Department of Labor (DOL) for current Commissioner Mark Butler, and in this role, Trivedi was heavily involved in the appropriations process, including securing funding for the fifty-three (53) DOL career centers around Georgia. Most recently, Trivedi advocated for Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) as a member of the government affairs team, leading efforts on Certificate of Need (CON) reform and managing several lobbying firms. Before his work at CTCA, Trivedi lobbied for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta — the state’s largest Medicaid provider — and focused on securing Medicaid funding and increased provider rates for the organization, including its Marcus Autism Center. In 2015, the CHOA government affairs team successfully lobbied for mandated autism insurance coverage by state health insurance providers.
Trivedi was one of the earliest government affairs professionals supporting the gubernatorial campaign of now Governor Brian Kemp and served as an advisor during the campaign. Trivedi lives in Smyrna with his wife Natalie, their young son Krishan, and dog Norma Jean.
Jason Broce is a co-founder of Terminus South. Broce has spent his career focused primarily on healthcare and appropriations work at both the state and federal levels. Broce built Terminus South after several successful years spent at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and the Georgia Health Care Association. At each of these organizations, Broce developed critical connections with legislative leadership, committee chairs, and members. While working directly with the General Assembly and Executive branch as his full-time job, Broce also developed relationships with the Secretary of State and executive staff, and he was one of the first government affairs professionals to support Brian Kemp and served as an advisor during the campaign.
Jason and his wife Candice live in Atlanta with their son Beau and three rescue dogs.
Taylor is a native of Dawsonville, Georgia. Prior to joining Terminus South, Taylor worked in fundraising and event planning during the 2018 gubernatorial primary. She and her husband, Cody, currently reside in Dawsonville with their daughter, Vera, and corgis, Wilson and Betty.