Brad Alexander specializes in managing highly complex public policy challenges and initiatives, often with components that include business strategy, government relations, grassroots mobilization and media relations. He has deep expertise in infrastructure, technology, and healthcare policy, and has helped lead successful efforts to pass and enact several of Georgia’s recent Constitutional Amendments.
Brad’s 25 year career in public policy includes service as a congressional press secretary, a political consultant for major statewide campaigns, Chief of Staff to Georgia’s Lt. Governor and Senate President, and in federal relations for Duke University. Following his public sector career, he founded one of Georgia’s first multidisciplinary public affairs companies and managed the Georgia office of one of the nation’s largest multi-state government relations firms. Brad recently served as a member of Governor Brian Kemp’s Inaugural Committee.
Brad is a graduate of Berry College, earned a graduate degree in voting behavior analysis from Emory University, and completed additional studies in polling at the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research. He serves on the Board of Visitors for Berry College and is a member of the Rotary Club of Atlanta. Brad, his wife Nicole and their two boys live in Decatur. He is active with the American Heart Association where he served as chair of the Atlanta Board of Directors, with the Metro Atlanta YMCA’s where he serves on the board of directors, and the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP). Brad has been named one of the most influential people in Georgia politics by the Atlanta Journal Constitution, and his academic research on voting behavior and political polarization has been published in several scholarly journals.