GSG Adds New Researchers to Award-winning Team
Global Strategy Group this month has expanded its corporate, political, and research credentials with key hires Andrew Baumann (Vice President), Angela Kuefler (Director), Lyndsey Collins (Associate), and Justine D’Elia-Kueper (Associate). They are the latest in a string of recent hires, also including Matt Canter (Senior Vice President) and John Cipriani (Director) that further expand GSG’s research practice that was recognized as 2015 Democratic Pollster of the Year.
Andrew Baumann is an experienced strategist and opinion researcher who, in addition to some of the country’s top Senate and Congressional races, has advised numerous climate and energy advocacy groups, as well as corporate clients. Based in Denver, Baumann will also help lead GSG’s new business efforts in the Western U.S. Prior to joining GSG, Baumann most recently spent eight years at Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research.
Angela Kuefler, based in Washington, also brings significant experience advising political candidates, issue advocacy campaigns, ballot initiatives, and corporations. She has done extensive political work in the Midwest, and is a seasoned expert in the education, gun violence, and health care spaces. Prior to joining GSG, Kuefler was a researcher at Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research and held multiple roles at Teach For America (TFA) and their affiliated organization, Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE).
Lyndsey Collins previously worked at Lehigh University Women’s Center as a researcher, and for New York State Congressman Robert Walker. Justine D’Elia-Kueper joins GSG from Stony Brook University, where she was a teaching assistant and researcher.