Cooper A. Reveley

Cooper A. Reveley

Policy Advisor


Cooper Reveley leverages experience from positions in state, national and international politics to connect clients with relevant policymakers and to offer strategic insight on contentious issues. Cooper pilots stakeholder goals to success by employing his knowledge of state agencies and legislative agendas.

Cooper guided the legislative efforts and General Assembly engagement for Colorado’s Department of Revenue and Department of Public Safety, developing a deep understating of state-level policy and regulation. In these roles he worked closely with the Governor’s Office, Office of State Planning and Budgeting, Joint Budget Committee, Legislative Council Staff  and a wide range of stakeholders, forming connections to further administration objectives.

Prior to his work with the state, Cooper held national policy-focused roles as a Legislative Assistant and Researcher for Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI) and as a Legislative Assistant for Rep. Jim Matheson (D-UT). In these offices, he worked on issues including foreign affairs, labor, trade, transportation, immigration, government reform, telecommunications, criminal justice, LGBTQ+ rights and veteran’s affairs.

Following completion of a master’s degree in political science focused on the European Union, Cooper was offered an opportunity to work in the Cabinet of the President of the European Parliament, supporting the Chief External Affairs Advisor to President Jerzy Buzek of Poland.

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M.A., James Madison University, 2010

B.A., University of Colorado at Boulder, 2006