Boston and Washington, D.C.
With more than 30 years of experience in business, government and politics, Chuck specializes in the formulation and execution of comprehensive public affairs strategies for a wide range of clients, including Fortune 100 companies, national business groups and major nonprofit organizations. He has guided successful large-scale campaigns, from multi-state issue advocacy strategies to large-scale development projects, and provided counsel to business and government leaders on a wide range of issues.
Chuck has been involved in every presidential election since 1980 and has held senior positions in numerous federal, state and local campaigns. He served as a Special Assistant to Vice President Walter Mondale, held a senior position at the Democratic National Committee and directed campaigns in many key states. He remains a regular advisor to national and state campaigns, helping to develop winning policy positions and execute complex outreach strategies.
Chuck serves as President Emeritus of the Board of Directors for Beaver Country Day School, an independent college preparatory school located in Chestnut Hill, MA.
Campion, a Brookline native and graduate of UMass Amherst, is one of the country’s most respected political and corporate campaign strategist. In the two decades since its founding, he and co-founders Charlie Baker and Michael Whouley have grown the company into a national leader in public affairs and grassroots organizing, integrating extensive knowledge and experience with cutting-edge outreach technology.