• Chief Executive Officer, Congressional Media Group, LLC
  • Chief Executive Officer, 101 Strategy Partners, LLC

CURRENT:

Mr. Johnson is the Chief Executive Officer of the Congressional Media Group, LLC (CMG); and Chief Executive officer of 101 Strategy Partners, LLC.

Congressional Media Group provides television production support for Comcast/NBC Universal’s public affairs programming originating from the Comcast television broadcast facility located on Capitol Hill.  The team also produces videos for use in media outreach, internal and external communications, and for special events.  Other clients include Associated Press Television, Comcast SportsNet, and the Motion Picture Association of America.

101 Strategy Partners is a bipartisan, public affairs consortium that provides high level consulting and other specialized services.  These services include crisis communications and management, strategic counsel, polling and survey analysis, government relations and public affairs advocacy, and media production and outreach.

PUBLIC SERVICE AND POLITICAL EXPERIENCE:

Lee served as Chief of Staff of the United States Senate Republican Conference under Conference Chairman Connie Mack of Florida and Conference Vice Chair Kay Bailey Hutchison of Texas.  He was responsible for the communications and media assets, as well as message development and coordination, for the Conference in the 106th and 107th Congresses.

He served as Chief of Staff to Representative E. Clay Shaw, Jr. of Florida and as Legal Counsel for J. Kenneth Robinson of Virginia, and was a member of the Republican National Committee’s Political and Finance Divisions during the election cycles of 1979-1980, 1982, and 1984.

PROFESSIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

He held senior management positions with Burson-Marsteller as Managing Director of the Grassroots Division; and Golin/Harris, where he held the title of Senior Vice President of Public Affairs.

A graduate of Vanderbilt University/BA, 1975 and the University of Alabama School of Law/JD, 1978, he is admitted to the bar of the United States Supreme Court, the State of Florida, and the District of Columbia.

 

 

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