MICHAEL BRONSTEIN, is the co-founder and president of Bronstein & Weaver, Inc. - a leading Democratic political media and strategic messaging firm. In 2011, Michael was named to the Democratic “Dream Team” of American Political Consultants and featured as a “Mover & Shaker” by Politics Magazine. Michael was a recipient of Politics Magazine’s Rising Star Award, named a “Top Ten” political consultant by PA2010.com, and listed as one of the 500 most "influential" political consultants in the country by Campaigns & Elections Magazine.
He is a frequently sought commentator and has appeared in numerous media outlets including: Wall Street Journal, Politico, CNN, Roll Call, BBC News 24, CBS Radio, Radio France, BBC 5 Live, Jewish Exponent, National Journal, and Reuters - to name just a few. Michael has served as a guest lecturer on campaign strategies at Campaigns & Elections “Art of Political Campaigning” conference, George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management, and Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs.
Before co-founding Bronstein & Weaver, Inc., Michael worked for the British Labour Party for Prime Minister Tony Blair’s reelection campaign, where he helped manage the design and creation of the Labour Party’s national media. Prior to the 2005 General Election, Michael worked in the House of Commons where he served as a parliamentary researcher to Rt. Hon. James Purnell MP.
Michael has served in many political capacities such as an appointed mayoral advisor in upstate New York, an intern in the Clinton White House, a spokesman for Democratic organizations, and is a member of many civic boards. In 2010, Michael was elected to the board of the American Association of Political Consultants mid-Atlantic chapter and was recently named to Campaigns & Elections’ Magazine’s prestigious ‘Publisher’s Circle’. Additionally,
Michael serves as an Ambassador to the New Leaders Council and is the National Deputy Issue Advocacy Adviser to the Young Democrats of America. Michael earned his undergraduate degree in American Studies from Cornell and attended the London School of Economics as a Hansard Scholar. He currently resides in Philadelphia, PA.