Lewis brings more than seven years of political and public policy communications experience to Strategies 360’s Washington, D.C., office. Lewis helps clients devise and deliver their messages to federal lawmakers and the Beltway press corps. He also directs communications both inside and outside of Washington for several of Strategies 360’s clients.
Lewis’s work has led to development of strong relationships with key media in Washington and nationally, and helped clients gain positive coverage in the Washington Post, The New York Times, USA Today, Politico, The Hill, The National Journal, CQ, E&E TV and News, among others, as well as many other publications across the country.
Previously, 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 messaging on some of the most high-profile legislative issues, including the economic crisis, health care reform, financial regulatory overhaul, and energy reform. Prior to working in Congress, Lewis handled press on campaigns in Louisiana and North Carolina, and worked as a consultant for a direct mail and general campaign consulting firm.
In his free time, Lewis enjoys backpacking in the nearby Shenandoah Mountains, New Orleans culture and music, playing a wide variety of sports, and writing. He is an avid fan of the Atlanta Braves. Originally from the small west Georgia town of Hogansville, Lewis has a B.A. in political science and history from Tulane University.