No matter what the type of organization, playing an active role in the political decision-making process and policy formation is no longer a luxury—it is an imperative.
David Reid brings a wealth of on-the-ground policy and finance experience to his government relations work with Brownstein. He combines his experience in both business and politics on building, funding and setting the strategic direction for advocacy campaigns and political action committees.
A seasoned campaign veteran, David joins the firm from Hillary for America where he was the Washington, D.C., and PAC finance director. His efforts raised a record-breaking $30 million from the D.C. and PAC community during the last election. Before joining Hillary for America, David was the Mid-Atlantic finance director for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, ran the political finance operation of a Fortune 100 global healthcare company and served as the deputy finance director of the Democratic Governors Association.
David advocates on a wide array of interests, including arts and public health funding coalitions, healthcare organizations and telecom companies. He also remains active and engaged with the Democratic Party and campaign committees.
Over the course of his successful career, he has amassed an in-depth network of industry contacts both on Capitol Hill and within the business and association communities. David also serves on the firm's Pro Bono Committee.
David Reid Appointed to Governing Boards of LGBTQ Victory Fund and LGBTQ Victory Institute
Brownstein Announces 2019 Promotions
Brownstein’s David Reid Elected Chair of Victory Fund Campaign Board’s Eastern Caucus
Brownstein Adds Three Policy Advisors to its Government Relations Department in Washington, D.C.
Member, Northern Virginia Regional Selection Committee (Jefferson Scholars Foundation at the University of Virginia)
Eastern Caucus Chair, LGBTQ Victory Fund Campaign Board
Board of Directors, One Victory
Board of Directors, Victory Institute
Business Program Certificate, McIntire Business Institute, University of Virginia