Lewis Lowe is Vice President of Communications and Government Relations at Strategies 360’s Washington D.C office, where he works with clients across a wide variety of fields, including but not limited to energy, environment, technology, housing, transportation, health care, and American Indian and Alaska Native issues.
Lewis helps clients devise and deliver their messages to federal lawmakers and the Beltway press corps, as well as targeted publications across the country. He works with both traditional media and digital/social media. Lewis has successfully pitched or shaped stories and opinion pieces appearing in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, CNN, the AP, Denver Post, LA Times, and many more. From 2015 – 2018, Lewis was the chairman of the Public Affairs Committee for the National Hydropower Association.
Prior to joining Strategies 360 in 2011, Lewis served as communications director for two Members of Congress. During his time on the Hill, Lewis garnered in-depth and hands-on experience in crafting messaging on high-profile legislative issues for politically vulnerable politicians. Lewis has also worked on campaigns in Louisiana and North Carolina and was as a consultant for a direct mail and general campaign consulting firm based in Baton Rouge.
Originally from the small west Georgia town of Hogansville, Lewis has a B.A. in political science and history from Tulane University in New Orleans. He lives in the Shaw neighborhood in the heart of DC with his wife, Jessica, son Joseph, and dog, Levon – a 65-pound pure-bred American mutt. Outside of the office, Lewis is a diehard Atlanta Braves fan in a city struggling with a mild case of #natitude. He also enjoys travel and hiking, whether on glaciers in Patagonia or the forests of Shenandoah National Park much closer to home.