Andrew Grossman

Andrew is recognized nationally as a campaign innovator and a leader in progressive politics. He specializes in strategy, campaign management, and leadership recruitment for advocacy and political organizations, labor unions, and government agencies.

As principal of Grossman Solutions since 2007, Andrew has developed the firm’s inventive, data-driven, and hands-on approach to its work. His successes include helping pass the Affordable Care Act in 2010, serving as a key liaison for the Obama White House and Senate Democrats to the advocacy community.  Andrew also created and leads the unique executive search and recruitment practice at Grossman Solutions. He has interviewed thousands of stakeholders and job applicants over the last twelve years for clients such as Human Rights Campaign, Planned Parenthood, NARAL, and America Votes, helping place scores of exceptional leaders in progressive organizations.

In 2020, 2016 and 2012, Andrew was the Director of the Democratic National Convention Platform Committee.

Since 2013, Andrew has helped Access Health CT, the award-winning Connecticut health insurance marketplace, build and implement a campaign-style marketing and outreach strategy which has contributed to Connecticut’s low uninsured rate.

Andrew founded and served as president of Wal-Mart Watch from 2005-2007, pioneering the use of cutting-edge digital campaign techniques to organize people across the country for progressive change.

Andrew served as executive director and political director at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee from 1999-2004.

Andrew started his career as a field organizer for Jesse Jackson’s 1988 presidential campaign and as an advance man for David Dinkins’ historic 1989 New York City mayoral campaign. Over the course of his career, Andrew has worked on campaigns in 36 states.

Andrew lives in Simsbury, Connecticut. He and his wife have four children.

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