Marc Brumer
Marc Brumer Senior Vice President The Herald Group

Marc Brumer is a seasoned strategic communications professional who brings over a decade of experience working on campaigns and on Capitol Hill. As Senior Vice President at The Herald Group, Marc is a trusted communications counselor to senior executives at Fortune 500 companies, trade associations, political candidates and nonprofits. He uses his political and communications experience to help clients develop and implement winning public affairs campaigns that achieve successful policy outcomes.

Before joining The Herald Group in 2017, Marc served as Communications Director for U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York. In that role, he served as chief messaging strategist and on-the-record spokesman, managing relationships with members of the national media, beltway press and news outlets across the country. Marc also led the office’s strategic communications efforts to successfully pass bipartisan legislation providing permanent health care for the 9/11 first responders suffering from illnesses caused by the toxins at Ground Zero.

Prior to that Marc worked at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee where he advised members of congress and candidates running in the most competitive House districts in the country.

Marc also served as spokesman for former Congressman Dan Maffei who represented Upstate New York and he was an aide on Governor Andrew Cuomo’s campaign for Attorney General. Marc has also held positions in New York City government, at a Manhattan-based political consulting firm and at a leading national non-profit organization that advocates for civil rights.

Marc holds a Master of Arts in Elections and Campaign Management and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, both from Fordham University in New York City.

The Herald Group is a full service, bipartisan public affairs firm based in Washington, D.C., that provides strategic communications services to major corporations, trade associations and other organizations seeking to advance public policy positions in federal, state and international legislative and regulatory arenas.