Andrew Bleeker is a global leader in high stakes digital communications. He is a senior counselor to leading businesses, organizations and political campaigns around the world and is a frequent speaker on digital topics.
Notably, Andrew was the lead digital marketing strategist on both of President Obama's campaigns. He also played a senior role in President-Elect Biden's efforts to mobilize voters and fight disinformation online. Since founding Bully Pulpit Interactive in 2009, the firm now spans four offices and has managed over a billion dollars in marketing spend. During that time, Andrew incubated two additional firms – Precision Network and the Analytics Media Group. In 2016, BPI acquired The Incite Agency to drive an integrated marketing and communications offering and in 2019 it acquired Aperture Strategies, adding a public affairs offering.
Previously, Andrew served as the Global Digital Practice Leader for Hill + Knowlton Strategies where he advised global brands and managed teams in over 20 countries. He has also worked for two online marketing firms, was the digital director for President Obama’s Inaugural Committee, and served on the campaigns of John Kerry and Tim Kaine. Andrew has been featured on The TODAY Show and CNN, was named to 40 under 40 lists by both AdAge and PRWeek and was credited as a ‘disruptor’ by Campaign and Elections. He taught digital analytics at Georgetown University and serves on the board of the LaGrant Foundation. Andrew graduated from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT. He is based in Washington, DC.
In the media:
How Joe Biden's Digital Team Tamed the MAGA Internet (New York Times)