Marc Lampkin

Advisory Board Member



Mr. Lampkin serves as the managing partner of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck’s Washington, DC office, is co-chair of the firm’s Government Relations Department and serves on the firm’s Executive Committee. He is a highly respected advisor and veteran Republican House and Senate lobbyist, bringing years of political, legislative and campaign experience to bear for his clients.

Well known for his understanding of all aspects of policy development, public opinion, communications and the legislative process, and how they influence and impact each other, POLITICO recently named Mr. Lampkin a “need to know” K Street Power Player inside the Trump transition. He also served in a variety of roles from 1999 to 2001 with the Bush for President Campaign. His combination of positions on the Hill, campaign experience and extensive relationships with administration officials, trade associations and the media has made him a trusted unofficial advisor for numerous members of Congress, cabinet officials and other leading Washington policymakers.

Since entering the private sector in 2001, Mr. Lampkin has successfully put his political acumen to work navigating matters and proceedings before federal courts and agencies, including mergers and acquisitions, and financial services, transportation, infrastructure and trade issues. In addition, he has been involved in several high profile and successful public advocacy campaigns. Most recently, he led the Strong American Schools (SAS) issue advocacy campaign (2006-2009), a joint project funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates and the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundations, which oversaw the organization’s “Education in ‘08” effort, pushing the issue of education reform to the forefront of the 2008 presidential campaign.

Mr. Lampkin’s passion for education reform and opportunity has included raising millions of dollars for nonprofits that support education options for parents and disadvantaged children. He serves on the Board of Directors of Horton Kid’s Inc. and Chairs the Dinner Committee of the Boehner-Lieberman Dinner to benefit the Consortium of Catholic Academies in Washington, DC.


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