• Chris Giblin


    For over 25 years, Chris Giblin has navigated the political and policy waters of Washington, first as a senior staffer to three House Republicans and subsequently as both a corporate and multi-client government relations specialist. Known throughout the Capitol as a highly effective government relations professional, he is recognized annually by The Hill as one of Washington’s “Top Lobbyists.” Giblin has partnered with clients to successfully advocate for and execute policy initiatives in Congress and throughout the Executive Branch in two Republican administrations.

    Whether it is a Fortune 500 client or a smaller client with a targeted need, Giblin has accumulated a wealth of knowledge to produce results in a timely and efficient way. In his most recent position on the Hill, Giblin served as chief of staff to Congressman John Carter of Texas. In that role, he oversaw Congressman Carter’s re-election to the coveted House Republican Steering Committee, a committee on which Rep. Carter still serves today. Additionally, Giblin helped Carter win a seat on the House Appropriations Committee. Carter is currently the ranking Republican on the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Subcommittee and serves on the Defense Subcommittee, as well.

    Prior to Giblin’s time with Congressman Carter, he worked for two senior Members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee. That experience has helped Giblin bring his knowledge of the legislative process to help clients in the areas of energy, environment, health care, telecommunications, trade, consumer protection, and cyber security.

    Giblin currently serves as a board member of Club 218, an individual donor group within the National Republican Campaign Committee which is tasked with electing Republicans to the United States House of Representatives.

    Giblin received a BA in journalism from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia. For more than 30 years, Giblin has mentored and coached youth in his hometown of Alexandria, Virginia.

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