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Adam Dubitsky

Senior Advisor

Adam Dubitsky, Senior Advisor

 

Adam is a public affairs and strategic communications professional with twenty-five years' experience enabling companies, policy organizations, thought leaders and candidates to communicate effectively, build mindshare, influence decision-makers, grow markets and motivate constituents. 

 

He has worked with clients in a wide range of industries, market cycles and political climates. These include trade associations, national advertising and marketing agencies, major law firms, technology companies, Fortune 50s, national retailers, candidates for president, US Senate and local office, authors, a foreign head-of-state, and entertainment firms.


After serving as Communications Director and Spokesman in Larry Hogan’s 2014 campaign for Maryland governor, Adam joined the Hogan-Rutherford Administration as Policy Director, a position he held until returning to the private sector in August of 2019. In the Governor’s office, Adam’s portfolio included energy/environment, telecom, transit, education, the opioid crisis, and tax and fee reform. Adam also led several complex projects including a multi-agency state, federal and local effort that connected hundreds of Maryland schools to fiber optic internet and negotiated the opening two new innovative high schools serving low-income students.


Adam also established a network of senior-level contacts with counterparts in governors offices across the nation while representing Governor Hogan at national conferences including moderating panels on crisis leadership and rural infrastructure in the annual RGA/Republican Governors Public Policy Conferences in 2017 and 2018, respectively, and served as a panelist in the 2015 and 2016 gatherings.​

 

Adam was previously Senior Advisor and Lead Writer for US Senator Scott Brown (R-MA) where he worked to advance the Senator's legislative and policy agenda; he also authored many of Brown's Senate floor speeches. Adam joined Brown’s Capitol Hill staff following senior communications roles in Brown’s historic 2010 victory in the election for the US Senate seat formerly held by Ted Kennedy. In both the Massachusetts and Maryland statewide races, Adam’s strategic and creative approach to messaging helped little-known and out-spent Republican candidates to triumph in deep blue states by communicating effectively with voters and interest groups across the political spectrum.
 

An accomplished writer, Adam has been published in dozens of leading publications and has also represented clients on-air in local, national and international TV and radio outlets.