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Whether you’re running for office, growing your business, or advocating for an issue, you need the right plan and people. Our team provides the expertise and hands-on guidance you deserve.


Feldman Strategies is a progressive strategic communications firm that specializes in developing and telling the stories of our clients within both the traditional media and digital space. We work with leading organizations, high-profile candidate campaigns, foreign leaders, ballot initiatives and thought leaders to achieve lasting, impactful results.


Founder & Principal


Andrew Feldman is a communications strategist and founder of Feldman Strategies LLC. A firm with a record of delivering results for clients ranging from major progressive organizations and non-profits to congressional candidates and prime ministers. In 2015, Feldman was recognized for his work and named a “Rising Star” by Campaigns and Elections magazine – a prestigious honor for up-and-coming political professionals.


Currently, Feldman works with progressive organizations to move their agenda forward on a national stage. He specializes in breaking through crowded media landscapes and the 24-hour news cycle to ensure these organizations’ stories are heard.


He is proud to work with leading labor unions including the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA), where he uses his expertise to enhance the media coverage and public relations strategy of both women led organizations.


In addition to his work with organized labor, Feldman is privileged to advise and execute media relations and communications strategy for a number of other progressive organizations; including Rock The Vote and the Center for Political Accountability and the National Democratic Training Committee a “political start-up” working to build the Democratic bench by ensuring that any Democrat can have access to high quality, campaign training for free.


Additionally, during the 2016 primaries Feldman worked with SEIU, one of the largest unions in the country, to develop and execute the earned media strategy around their primary independent expenditure program.


Prior to founding Feldman Strategies, Feldman served as the Political Director to John Delaney’s 2012 congressional campaign, one of the most competitive congressional races in the country that year. Feldman’s work played a large part in the resulting victory, which unseated a 20-year Republican incumbent. Before serving as the Delaney campaign’s political director, Feldman spent several years working on campaigns ranging from city council to the presidency of the United States. He also worked in government, most notably doing advance work for the Office of the Vice President and in the private sector for Devine Mulvey and Rasky Baerlein Strategic Communication, leading media and public relations firms.


Feldman is a frequent political commentator and can be seen regularly as a Democratic Strategist on Fox Business and The Hill TV. He graduated from The George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs with a BA in Political Communication and lives in Washington, DC with his wife Megan.


Communications Manager


Meghan Dooley comes to Feldman Strategies as Communications Manager from the frontlines of reporting. Her extensive newsroom experience provides her unique insight in knowing what it takes to generate compelling content for Feldman Strategies’ diverse clientele.

Prior to joining Feldman Strategies, Meghan worked as an on-camera reporter for the ABC affiliate in Huntsville, Alabama. While she filled hundreds of stories in her time there some of her most notable included; covering the Roy Moore Vs. Doug Jones U.S. Senate Race, which is arguably the highest profile political race of the Trump era, and the impeachment of Governor Robert Bentley. Additionally, she also covered stories of communities in North Alabama advocating for confederate monuments to come off public property.

Before reporting in the sunny south, she worked for a boutique public relations firm in Detroit supporting various local non-profits in the area and spent time in the KTVU Fox 2 newsroom in Oakland, CA.

Meghan is a native of the metro-Detroit area and graduated from Grand Valley State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Media Communications. She currently resides in Washington, D.C.


Communications Associate

Alexandra (Lexie) Morrison is a Communications Associate at Feldman Strategies. She joins the team as a recent graduate of American University, where she studied Public Relations/Strategic Communication and Political Science.

Immediately following graduation, she took her passion for politics and communication onto the campaign trail working on the campaign of Florida State Representative Margaret Good. Good’s race to represent Florida’s 72nd state house district, a district Trump won in 2016 and one of southwest Florida’s most conservative, was one of the closest state legislative races of the 2018 midterms. With Lexie’s help, Good won by just over 1% of the vote.

Lexie has also spent time working for a premier boutique public relations

and advertising firm in Sarasota, Florida, where she secured media coverage for a wide variety of clients.

Originally from Dallas, Texas, Lexie currently resides in Washington, DC.



Communications Coordinator

Mollie Laniado is a Communications Coordinator on the Feldman Strategies team. Prior to joining Feldman Strategies in the fall of 2020, Mollie provided communications and content support for national and battleground organizers as part of Business Leaders for Biden-Harris and Small Business for Biden-Harris coalitions.


She got her start and found her passion for political communications in the halls of the Congress, serving as a Press Intern to Congressman Paul D. Tonko (D-NY), where she worked to generate positive media attention and connect constituents to the Congressman's activities across a wide variety of policy areas. 


Mollie graduated cum laude from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy and a minor from the Robert H. Smith School of Business. 


Raised in Upstate NY, Mollie plans on moving back to the Washington D.C. area following the COVID-19 pandemic.