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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 (he/him) 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 and their Havanese dog, Nash.
Emma Thomas (she/her) is Director at Feldman Strategies, where she applies her expertise in media relations, campaign organizing, and public affairs to lead clients on the implementation of strategic communications initiatives and to elevate their profiles in the media.
She previously co-led BerlinRosen’s reproductive health, rights, and justice portfolio and voting rights work, including working on the federal repeal of the Helms and Hyde Amendments. Through this work, she secured thought leadership opportunities for statewide political leaders and led multi-organizational coalitions in the paid leave and reproductive rights spaces. Emma also developed, coordinated, and executed the national communications strategies for the most recent abortion rights cases that have come before the US Supreme Court.
Ahead of the 2020 elections, Emma advised on the development and launch of the Voter Protection Program, working with state elected leaders, law enforcement, and legal experts to protect and defend every person’s right to vote.
Emma also has experience working crisis communications for individuals and national organizations, as well as digital media expertise in a range of paid and organic markets. Prior to BerlinRosen, Emma worked at Avalere Health where she advised health providers, policymakers, and patient advocacy groups on strategic communications plans to engage with key stakeholders.
Emma is a Connecticut native and lives in Washington, DC. She holds a BA in Journalism with a certificate in Women, Leadership, and Public Policy from American University.
Nathan Janda (he/him) is a Communications Associate on the Feldman Strategies team. Prior to joining Feldman Strategies, Nathan experienced the 24-hour news cycle first hand at the BBC’s Washington Bureau and uses that knowledge to break through the crowded media landscape for clients.
He has a deep passion for progressive policy, which he found on Capitol Hill as a Legislative Intern for Congresswoman Madeleine Dean (D-PA) and as a Health Care Policy and Public Affairs Fellow at the Progressive Policy Institute.
Nathan graduated from Boston College, where he served as an EMT, with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.
Raised in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Nathan now lives in the Navy Yard neighborhood of Washington, DC.
Mason Miller (he/him) is a Communications Coordinator on the Feldman Strategies team. He joined Feldman Strategies from the frontlines of the newsroom, which provides him unique insight in knowing what it takes to break into a news cycle and generate compelling content for Feldman Strategies’ clients.
Prior to joining Feldman Strategies, Mason worked as a producer for the ABC affiliate in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. In his previous line of work, he crafted newscasts for multiple primetime shows broadcast across the southeast region of the Carolinas. Working hand-in-hand with reporters, he has covered local infrastructure, politics, crime, and education. Through his work, he added to the daily news cycle and provided context to often complex stories.
Mason is a native of Charlotte, North Carolina, and graduated from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism.
He is currently pursuing his master’s degree in political management from The George Washington University.