- Washington, DC, US
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Sentiment algorithms for political and advocacy campaigns to focus opposition research and messaging
As a results oriented operating executive, Mark Gembicki frequently serves as a policy and advocacy strategist to U.S. presidential, senate and gubernatorial candidates, as wellmore...As a results oriented operating executive, Mark Gembicki frequently serves as a policy and advocacy strategist to U.S. presidential, senate and gubernatorial candidates, as well as political action committees (PACs). His skill set includes opposition research, data science, predictive analytics, social media messaging, media bias and voter sentiment. He is an experienced media surrogate on challenging topics such as homeland defense, critical infrastructure resilience, cybersecurity, privacy laws and policies, and net neutrality (aka Open Internet). Mark authored the 'Fight for America' branding strategy for the Newt Gingrich 2012 Presidential Campaign. He also served as Director of President Clinton’s historic, bipartisan Manhattan Cyber Project.
Mr. Gembicki's 33-year career began as a National Security Agency analyst and includes senior advisory positions at Apple, Deloitte, Ford, Motorola, Westinghouse Science & Technology, and the Executive Office of the President. His leadership and governance experience includes international business and technology practices, as well as data science teams, intelligence and security operations, and high performance C-suite analytics. He is a published author with over 1,000 media appearances, spokesperson engagements and academic lectures. "The WarRoom Guide to Competitive Intelligence," is frequently used in campaigns to enable war room decision making.
Senior Strategist -- Political & Advocacy Campaigns