Executive Vice President
Amos is a connector. Known throughout Washington for his unique ability to bring people together, he connects the dots across stakeholders to foster meaningful connections. Amos thrives off the energy of a crowd; he is the ultimate people-person.
As a strategic communications expert, Amos increases clients’ visibility through sophisticated and nuanced positioning. He is a master of influencing conversations and making an impact in debates to bolster clients’ reputations. An accomplished business entrepreneur, Amos is the co-founder of a local, thriving digital media empire—FamousDC. Additionally, he is a on the board of the National Press Foundation and chairs the foundation’s annual awards dinner.
Amos began his career on Capitol Hill working in a variety of communications roles in the U.S. House of Representatives, including as press secretary to House Majority Whip Roy Blunt. After, he co-authored "Climbing the Hill: How to Build a Career in Politics and Make a Difference,” a must-read for anyone looking for a career in politics or government service.
Amos graduated from the University of Montevallo with a BA in Political Science. He currently resides in Capitol Hill with his wife and children.
Little-known fact: In college, Amos once threw a party that featured Ludacris as the entertainer.