Alex Wolff works on corporate, advocacy and nonprofit clients, distilling complex policy issues into clear messaging and media. He provides clients with strategies for crisis communications, message development, and profile-building, with a focus on technology, transportation, and infrastructure issues.
Alex provides a depth of experience in helping international organizations and companies navigate global issues, including managing media crises and regulatory matters. He has also played a central role in the communications efforts for Native American tribes at the U.S. Supreme Court and in other high-profile legal cases involving tribal rights and sovereignty.
Before joining SKDK, Alex worked in New York politics, including on the New York City mayoral campaign of Christine Quinn and on other city and state campaigns. He also worked in the offices of Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and the state attorney general. Originally from Chappaqua, New York, Alex graduated from Connecticut College with a degree in government and a minor in economics.