Spitfire Strategies

Gregory A. Joseph


Gregory A. Joseph brings more than a decade of communication, political and organizing experience to political and issue campaigns and nonprofit organizations.

Gregory has led policy, research and communication teams on some of the nation’s most high-profile political campaigns, including a national presidential campaign in 2000 and senate and gubernatorial races in Texas, California, Minnesota, New York and New Jersey. In addition, Gregory has managed congressional and city council campaigns in New York City, served as research director for a Florida ballot initiative and provided communication and research consulting for a range of progressive labor, choice and education organizations.

In 2007, Gregory joined the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty and assumed responsibility for management of the Troy Davis clemency campaign. Utilizing tested organizing principles, as well as breaking ground via social media networks, Gregory brought national attention to the Davis case and helped build an international network that is still effective years after its inception.

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Jennifer Carnig

By Jennifer Carnig
Senior Vice President

At Spitfire, we’ve been engaged in the fight to preserve a free and open internet for nearly a decade, so we know how far we’ve come – and how far we still have to go. We’ve always understood that achieving the big victory of permanently preserving the open internet is… (read more)

Three Ways to Take Advantage of “Political Headaches”

Kristen Grimm

By Kristen Grimm

Today, I woke up to the news that President Donald Trump had created “political headaches for Republicans,” and my immediate response was yippee. No, not because I am mean. I, for one, love when something unanticipated opens up a big fat opportunity – one I couldn’t create no matter how… (read more)

Make a difference in 2018

Mark Dessauer

By Mark Dessauer
Vice President

Volunteering offers more than a chance to network, build your skills and feel the satisfaction of doing a good deed. Serving our communities strengthens us professionally and personally, and makes us want to give back all the more, creating a virtuous cycle that helps us as much as it helps… (read more)

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