Adam Rosenblatt

Senior Strategist


PSB Senior Strategist Adam Rosenblatt, recently named a non-partisan “Rising Star” by Campaigns & Elections magazine, provides research-based guidance on strategy, tactics, and message for a variety of corporate, healthcare, government, and political clients, including the California Chamber of Commerce, the American Medical Association, the US Census Bureau, and the National Association of Convenience Stores.

For his role in the 2015 Louisiana Gubernatorial race that led to the election of Democrat John Bel Edwards, Adam received the Telly Award, a Pollie Award, and three Reed Awards – including “Best Bare-Knuckled Street Fight Victory.” For his role in crafting the research-based communications campaign that led to the passage and later defense of interchange (swipe fee) reform, Adam received the 2010 Reed Award for “Best U.S. Public Affairs Campaign and the American Association of Political Consultants 2012 Silver Pollie Award for “Best in Show Public Affairs Campaign.”

Adam was acknowledged in the October 2013 Journal of the American Medical Association for his work designing and executing a PSB study on behalf of the FDA concerning health literacy and drug efficacy.

Adam received a Master of Arts in Applied Politics, as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Public Communication, from American University in Washington, DC.