Matt Munsil is a consultant at Tusk where he advises clients on legislative, media, and political strategy and executes campaigns across a variety of practice areas including crypto and fintech, issue advocacy, electoral campaigns, and more.
During the 2021 NYC mayoral election, Matt ran political and press operations on the Yang for New York campaign and was Chief of Staff to the Co-Campaign Managers. Prior to Tusk, Matt worked at multiple technology policy think tanks and startups. As a Google Policy Fellow, he developed programming for the Congressional Internet Caucus including bipartisan policy briefings for Hill staffers on emerging technologies, and hosted a nationally televised forum on internet sales tax. He was also the lead organizer of 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 spent two years at the Lincoln Network, where he helped launch a public sector technology consulting initiative that provides IT consulting at low rates to civic organizations and government agencies.
Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, Matt graduated magna cum laude from Columbia University with a B.A. in History and a minor in American Studies.