Mike Webb joined the Brennan Center in January 2007 as Deputy Director of Communications and Strategy. He worked with the staff to maximize the impact of the Center's work and to formulate outreach strategies for the media.
Prior to joining the Brennan Center, Mr. Webb was the publicity director for The Nation magazine where he arranged interviews for writers, planned public events and generated reprints in America's major daily and weekly papers. He also worked as a research associate on Sen. Bill Bradley's presidential campaign, deputy press secretary to the Ohio Attorney General, and was a staffer for Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz and NY State Senator Martin Connor. Before his better angels got the best of him, Mr. Webb spent 10 years in the music business and was awarded gold records for his role in breaking Jeff Buckley, Nas, Soul Asylum and Alice In Chains. Mr. Webb graduated from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University.