Alex Voetsch has worked in Labor, Politics, and Government for nearly over a decade. He is currently the Managing Partner of Millennial Strategies’ Campaign Division and NYC office. In this role he oversees Millennial’s political and advocacy campaign clients. Prior to starting Millennial, he served as the Executive Director of the New York Democratic Lawyers Council a voting rights advocacy organization and
Alex has placed a priority on supporting workers and their families through his involvement with the Labor Movement in New York. He has managed the legislative, political, and campaign activities of the Council of School Supervisors and Administrators, and coordinated campaigns on behalf of the NYC Central Labor Council. Alex has worked and consulted on numerous political campaigns from the local to the Congressional level. He currently sits on the board of the New Leaders Council in New York City and on the board of Women Elect, a PAC dedicated to training and supporting women who are running for office. Alex received his BA in Political Science from the University of Rochester.
Jeff Guillot is a Long Island- based political operative who focuses primarily on development, communications and public policy. His prior campaign experience includes working as Finance Director for Congressman Gary Ackerman and City Councilman James Gennaro. Additionally, he has served as Legislative Director for Assemblyman Richard Brodsky during his tenure as the Chairman of the Assembly Committee on Corporations, Authorities and Commissions. Jeff holds a BA from Sacred Heart University and an MA in American Government from LIU Post. He currently serves as a member of the adjunct political science faculty at SUNY Farmingdale. Additionally, he is the Founder of the Suburban Millennial Institute- a think tank studying Long Island’s “brain drain” issue, and he also serves on the boards of the New Leaders Council NYC Chapter, Destination Long Island, and the National Association of Mothers Centers. His Op-Eds and articles have been featured in AND Magazine, PolicyMic and Newsday.