Matt Munsil is a consultant on Tusk’s New York team where he advises clients on legislative, media, and political strategy and executes campaigns across a variety of industries.
Prior to joining Tusk, Matt served in a variety of roles at technology policy think tanks and startups. He developed programming for the Congressional Internet Caucus, including widely-attended bipartisan policy briefings on Capitol Hill, and led a nationally televised policy discussion on internet sales tax. He was a lead organizer for the largest annual internet policy conference in the country, State of the Net, and served as a liaison for high-level speakers including the White House’s top technology policy advisor. He also worked at the Lincoln Network, where he helped launch a technology consulting initiative for the public sector that provides IT consulting at low rates to civic organizations and government agencies. Before Lincoln, Matt performed research and worked on strategic government initiatives at the blockchain startup Sweetbridge.
Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, Matt graduated magna cum laude from Columbia University with a B.A. in History and a minor in American Studies.