Inspired by a movie he saw at age 16, Ron Bonjean wanted to be a player in Washington political communication. He got his wish.
He’s the only person to serve as lead spokesman for the Senate and House. In addition, he was a top strategic communication advisor for a presidential transition team, helping cabinet nominees get through the confirmation process.
Bonjean was the top communication strategist for SCOTUS nominee Neil Gorsuch and served two secretaries of commerce as head of public affairs.
His ability to deliver insightful political analysis has made him a frequent guest on national and international news programs. He’s spent the better part of a decade on Roll Call’s Fabulous Fifty list of Capitol Hill movers and shakers. Politico named him “one of the most popular communicators in Washington.”
Moreover, his track record in crisis communication makes him a sought-after partner for clients.
Ron is on the board of visitors for the University of Wisconsin Madison department of political science. He has served as a fellow at the Georgetown University McCourt School of Public Policy.