Justin relies on his 7 years of communications and policy experience at the highest levels of U.S. politics to ensure that tech startups most efficiently leverage PR to raise, scale, hire and break through the noise to win business.

Before his career in PR, Justin led the legislative and media strategies addressing Hurricane Maria as an appointed official for the Democratic Government of Puerto Rico. His leadership resulted in $10s of billions in U.S. Government funding and increased awareness of the humanitarian disaster through numerous TV broadcast hits and stories in the AP, NYT, Washington Post, among other outlets.

Prior to switching political parties, Justin was an advisor to a U.S. Congressman and then managed a national opposition research portfolio for the Republican National Committee during the 2016 presidential campaign to influence top-tier print and broadcast outlets.

In his free time, Justin enjoys hiking and working out, spending time with his oversized and very loud dog named Brady, and is an avid New England sports fan.



Geoff spent 12 years advising senior members of Congress and committee leadership on foreign affairs, defense, education, tech, space, finance, and other policy issues–cultivating bipartisan initiatives, building stakeholder coalitions, and managing legislative operations.

In this time, he worked closely with members including House Assistant Speaker Katherine Clark, Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank (author of the Dodd-Frank Act), Congresswoman Anna Eshoo, Congressman Jim McGovern, and Senator Ted Kennedy.

While in Congress he also founded and led the Band of Tomorrow, playing shows and festivals for up to 65,000 attendees—managing busy production and admin teams, while also acting as lead songwriter and musical director (i.e. the fun part).

He left Congress in 2019 to work full-time on Geneva Conventions issues as a policy advisor to humanitarian assistance and protection operations in armed conflict settings (e.g. civilian health/water/power/sanitation infrastructure rehabilitation, income generation/economic security, food production, and other specialized operations to protect and assist civilian victims of war) in 90+ countries.

He is currently assisting Chairman Barney Frank (Ret.) on several special projects.