L. Washington, DC
Life at FGS Global
Designs advocacy, strategic communications and reputational campaigns. Represents clients before Congress and the Administration on issues including antitrust, intellectual property and immigration.
Life Pre-FGS Global
Managed Microsoft’s federal government affairs program from 1995-2009. Named a top corporate lobbyist by The Hill and called a “K Street legend” by Politico.
Life Beyond FGS Global
Passionate about animal welfare and volunteers at a local animal shelter. Avid gardener. A decent tennis player on a good day.
Jack Krumholtz is a Partner in the Government Affairs Division at Finsbury Glover Hering. Since joining the firm, Jack has worked with corporations, non-profits and coalitions to develop, manage and execute advocacy, strategic communications and reputational campaigns. Jack represents clients before Congress and the Administration on a range of policy issues, including antitrust and competition policy; intellectual property; and immigration. Jack manages federal and state campaigns which integrate traditional government affairs advocacy with third party engagement, paid and earned media, digital strategies and research.
Prior to joining Finsbury Glover Hering, Jack served as Microsoft’s Managing Director of Federal Government Affairs and Associate General Counsel for 14 years. Jack directed Microsoft’s government affairs activities and served as a key architect of the company’s public policy and outreach programs. As part of his role, Jack managed Microsoft’s relationships with industry associations, think tanks, and other third-party opinion elites. He represented Microsoft in public and with the media and has testified before Congress multiple times. He was named by The Hill as one of the top corporate lobbyists and was called a “K Street legend” by Politico.
Prior to joining Microsoft, Jack was an attorney in private practice in Washington. He graduated cum laude from the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service and received his JD from the University of Pennsylvania. He is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia.