Brad A. Queisser is a Partner at Dentons Global Advisors Government Relations. He works to forge relationships at all levels of government and business throughout the United States and internationally.
Mr. Queisser joined Dentons Global Advisors from its partner, Dentons, the largest law firm in the world. His extensive experience includes serving as director of government relations for a prestigious Wall Street law firm in Washington, DC and New York City. He was responsible for managing federal, state and local government advocacy for clients on issues including transportation, energy, engineering, construction, procurement and real estate.
Mr. Queisser has also held several positions within the Democratic National Committee, including deputy executive director, senior advisor to the president of the 2000 Democratic National Convention Corporation, and with the Gore-Lieberman Recount Committee. He has represented the Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee and the start-up of the 2004 Democratic National Convention Corporation.
Prior to his assignments in Washington, DC, Mr. Queisser served as director of finance and operations for the Indiana Democratic Party and has worked on numerous Democratic political campaigns.
While in Indiana, Mr. Queisser was vice president of business development for an Indianapolis-based construction management and real estate development firm doing work throughout the United States. He also served in the administrations of Governors Evan Bayh and Frank O’Bannon, at one point serving as the assistant director of the White River State Park Development Commission, a quasi-state agency tasked with the development of a 64-acre urban-state park in the center of downtown Indianapolis. During this tenure, Mr. Queisser worked with and evaluated women-owned and minority-owned businesses (MBE/WBEs). He also served on the planning team for the 10th Pan American Games, held in Indianapolis in 1987.
Mr. Queisser is a member of the board of directors of the Indiana Society of Washington, DC and is a member of the Washington, DC-based Indiana Forum.