New York City
For more than a decade, Jon Fromowitz has worked in politics at the intersection of opinion research, message development and creative execution.
In 2017, Jon was chief speechwriter to New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, leading the writing, editing and preparation processes for all of the mayor’s major addresses and daily remarks.
During the 2016 election cycle, Jon was the deputy paid media director for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. He shepherded the creative development of advertising across mediums, from radio to digital, including over 100 aired television ads.
Before that, he worked at AKPD Message and Media, writing ads, speeches and message guidance for campaigns up and down the ballot. His tenure included a stint as an embedded staffer on Bill de Blasio’s successful 2013 mayoral campaign in New York City.
Jon is a recovering pollster, having served as the deputy director of opinion research for the 2012 Obama campaign, and as the lead analyst for Benenson Strategy Group’s work for the White House during the early years of the Obama administration.
He graduated magna cum laude from Brown University with a degree in political science.
Jon lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Cassie. He is a proud and long-suffering fan of the New York Mets.