Integrating Government Affairs, Communications, Policy and Winning Campaigns
& FOCUS AREAS
At the core of our work, we advance clients' public affairs goals using our experience and array of strategies.
In the current environment, we work with clients to embrace principled leadership while not alienating key stakeholders.
We help clients navigate the realities of Environmental Social Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility, and 'woke' pressure campaigns, seeking to forge a third way.
Transportation & Infrastructure
International Relations / Trade
Create Winning Media Campaigns
Writing / Placing Op-Eds
Booking Media Appearances:
Cable, Broadcast, Radio,
STAKEHOLDER MAPPING & ENGAGEMENT
Helping Clients Better Understand Their Ecosystem to Drive Results
GRASSROOTS COALITION BUILDING
Creating and Leveraging Coalitions and Grassroots Efforts
As a trusted resource for companies and associations,
JK Strategies connects you to a national network of experts and advisors
to develop custom policy, communications and grassroots solutions.
WHO WE ARE
Our seasoned team has been part of winning communications and policy efforts
on the international, national and local levels.
The team serves as independent advisors who have served in government
at the White House, Health and Human Services, Department of Transportation, Department of Labor, State, as well as the private sector, including in-house corporate,
trade associations, non-profits and consulting firms.
Jack Kalavritinos, a public affairs and health communications expert, has spent over 20 years working in senior corporate and association leadership and at the highest levels of government: the White House, HHS, DOL and the FDA. He is a senior advisor at APCO Worldwide and serves on the APCO Intl Advisory Council. Jack previously served Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar as his liaison to the governors and external affairs director, and he oversaw communications for the Food and Drug Administration as associate commissioner for external affairs. He also served in the Bush Administration as a senior appointee and in the private sector for Covidien/Medtronic and the American Council of Engineering Companies.