Since joining The Glover Park Group in July 2009, Jack Krumholtz has worked with corporate, non-profit and coalition clients to develop and manage the execution of strategic communications, advocacy and reputational campaigns. In addition, Jack represents clients in Congress and before the Administration on a wide range of policy issues, including antitrust and competition policy; intellectual property; online privacy; data security; agriculture, and health and wellness. In particular, Jack has managed campaigns at both the federal and state levels, which integrate traditional government affairs advocacy with third party engagement, paid and earned media, online strategies and research. Jack’s clients have included The Coca-Cola Company, DuPont, FairSearch.org, Open Allies for Airfare Transparency, AMD and Visa.
For 14 years prior to joining GPG, Jack managed Microsoft’s federal government affairs program in Washington, D.C., serving as the company’s Managing Director of Federal Government Affairs and Associate General Counsel. Jack opened the Microsoft Government Affairs office in March 1995, and he oversaw its growth to nearly twenty professionals. Jack directed Microsoft’s government affairs activities in the Nation’s capital and served as a key architect of the company’s public policy and outreach programs. Jack was also responsible for developing and managing Microsoft’s relationships with external groups based in Washington, including industry associations, think tanks, and other third-party opinion elites. He regularly represented Microsoft in public and with the media, and he testified before Congress on Microsoft’s behalf on a number of issues. He was named by The Hill newspaper as one of the top corporate lobbyists in Washington and was called a “K Street legend” by Politico.com.
Prior to joining Microsoft, Jack was an attorney with the law firm of Verner, Liipfert, Bernhard, McPherson, and Hand in Washington, D.C., where he practiced in the legislative and government relations area.
Jack graduated cum laude from the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. He received his Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. He is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia.