Marc S. Lampkin has served in leadership positions on the Hill and in state government, in presidential campaigns, and in the private sector. Currently he works for Quinn, Gillespie and Associates. He has been quoted and appeared in numerous media outlets including the New York Times, Washington Post, Boston Globe, National Journal, The Hill, Roll Call, the AP, and Huffington Post.
During his tenure at Quinn Gillespie, he has been involved in several high profile and successful public advocacy campaigns. Most recently, Lampkin led the Strong American Schools 9SAS) issue advocacy campaign (2006-2009), a joint project funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates and the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundations. Lampkin organized and ran the Americans for Better Education (ABE) coalition (2001-2002), supporting President George W. Bush’s education reform plan.
Lampkin has held several senior positions in the United States Congress. He served as Policy Director for the late U.S. Senator Paul D. Coverdell (R-GA)(1999) and General Counsel for the House Republican Conference under then-Chairman John A. Boehner (R-OH)(1995-1998
In his own time, Lampkin has helped raise millions of dollars for nonprofits that support education options for parents and disadvantaged children. He serves on the Board of Directors of Horton’s Kids Inc. and the Boehner-Lieberman Dinner to benefit the Consortium of Catholic Academies in Washington, DC.
Lampkin is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross in Political Science and Boston College Law School. Lampkin is married to Emily Kertz Lampkin and is the father of three young boys, Marc, Andrew, and James.