What’s Next: Politics and International Relations

What’s Next: Politics and International Relations

Wednesday, September 25th, 5:00 – 6:30pm.

Spotlight on a panelist.

Alexander Habib:

Alexander Habib specializes in executing comprehensive public affairs campaigns, providing strategic and crisis communications services and managing political and governmental relations for clients.

He’s been described as a “Rising Star” in New Jersey Politics by NY Observer’s PolitickerNJ and has been featured on CBS-3 (Philadelphia). He’s also a regular commentator on NJTV’s “Political Roundtable” and WWOR/My9’s “New Jersey Now”.

Formerly, Alexander was Chief of Staff to a member of the NJ General Assembly, serving as senior policy advisor on issues related, but not limited to, regulatory oversight, consumer affairs, health policy, education, public finance, administrative reforms, public employee pension & benefit reforms and the environment. He also served as chief aide to the Chairs of both the Assembly Consumer Affairs and Regulatory Oversight & Gaming Committees.

His political counsel remains sought after, having worked as a field operative, communications director, campaign manager and senior campaign advisor for several campaigns throughout New Jersey. His work on the 2008 election cycle landed him an honorable mention in the Washington Post. Most recently, he served as a senior campaign advisor to Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop and went on to serve on his transition team for budgetary and fiscal operations.

Alexander has experience managing various public issues campaigns, ballot initiatives and public relations campaigns for both political and public policy initiatives. He manages accounts within Beckerman’s public affairs and professional services groups and provides clients with strategic messaging and political reputation counsel.

Alexander received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Minor in Philosophy from Rowan University. He briefly studied European Politics, Security and Conflict at the University of Copenhagen (Denmark) and received his Masters of Public Administration in Health Policy from the Wagner School at New York University.

Want to learn more and meet other great panelists? Come to What’s Next: Politics and International Relations on Wednesday, September 25th at 5pm!

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