A native of Portland, Oregon, Jake moved to the nation’s capital and has quickly risen through the ranks of Washington DC’s Republican political communicators. After working in the press office of the Republican National Committee and as a spokesperson for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Jake was asked to help run communications for one of the most hotly-contested Senate campaigns in the country. He then became the youngest Communications Director in the United States Senate, working for Senator Kevin Cramer (R-ND) for nearly three years during some of the institution’s most tumultuous times.
As an Account Director, Jake uses the skills he’s acquired and the experiences he’s gained working on political campaigns, with federal agencies and on Capitol Hill to help his clients execute communications strategies specifically designed for them to meet their goals.
WHY JAKE BELONGS IN THE ROOM
He knows how to tailor a message for its intended audience.
From working for one of the most expansive federal agencies to one of the country’s smallest states, Jake knows how to cut through the noise with clarity and precision.
He refuses to be outworked.
As someone who believes moments are won by whoever wants it more, Jake brings a workhorse mentality to everything he does. Ask him about his time in Bismarck, North Dakota, working on a successful Senate campaign.
He thinks strategically and knows how to respond accordingly.
Every stop on Jake’s career path has involved crisis communications. It’s taught him how to see a narrative forming and to shape it before the opposition can, as well as what it takes to stop something from becoming a problem before it’s too late.
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Jake has been training to run a marathon since late 2019 and hopes to soon register for one that doesn’t get canceled.