Don Goldberg, the managing director at Qorvis Communications, previously served as Special Assistant to President Clinton, "developing strategic responses to investigations." According to the corporate website, he was involved in responding to "almost every major national political scandal since the mid-1980s, ranging from the Iran/Contra affair to the Lewinsky scandal." He was the "lead democratic strategist on the investigation of the events at the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas, and managed the Clinton Administration’s responses to investigations of the White House Travel Office, the FBI files and campaign finance abuse."
Goldberg attended Northwestern University’s Medill Graduate School of Journalism and received his Masters’ in Communications from American University. He has taught investigative reporting to graduate students.
- General Motors
- Koch Industries
- Horizon Airlines
Other government experience
- Deputy Chief of Staff of the House Government Operations Committee, the primary investigative
- Advisor to Commerce Secretary Ron Brown
- Advisor to Senators John Glenn and Charles Schumer and nearly a dozen members of the House of Representatives.
- In 1981 to 1987 served as an investigative reporter with columnist Jack Anderson.
==Public Relations Experience
- Chambers Associates
- Powell Tate--led its Technology Public Affairs Group
- Weber Shandwick--managed its technology practice for Washington, D.C.
- Except where otherwise footnoted, all information in this article comes from Goldberg's biography on the Qorvis website accessed on April 20, 2006.