As a full-service messaging, marketing, and media outreach and relations firm, Bluelight Strategies, founded by Aaron Keyak and Steve Rabinowitz, has earned a reputation as being committed to issues of significant social importance. The cornerstone of Bluelight Strategies is the breadth and depth of the team’s experience with its work driven by industry-leading professionals with a broad range of expertise across the entire field of strategic communications and more than a century of combined experience.
Steve Rabinowitz is a seasoned media consultant, publicist and political event planner. He possesses a deep knowledge of campaign politics that stretches back more than a quarter century; he has worked on the national staffs of nine U.S. presidential campaigns and has held various positions on other campaigns for every kind of political office.Read More »
Aaron Keyak is an experienced publicist and a leader in fighting for both the progressive and pro-Israel communities, in political campaigns as well as on Capitol Hill.Read More »
Debra Rubin, an award-winning editor and writer, lends her expertise in editing, website content, profiles, features, op-eds and research skills to the Bluelight Strategies team.Read More »
Jess Dolgin is a skilled attorney (licensed in the State of Israel), who previously served as legal counsel of Scitex Corporation Ltd., one of the leading high-tech companies in Israel.Read More »
Steven R. Sheffey is a skilled public policy advocate and veteran of some of the most closely watched political campaigns in the country, with a proven record of success in the political and business worlds.Read More »
Elissa Shapiro brings two decades of profit and nonprofit accounting experience to her role at Bluelight.Read More »
Matt Landini comes to Bluelight as a veteran of the D.C. political scene. Most recently, Matt managed digital communications for Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) during her primary challenge. At Bluelight, Matt is eager to help clients shape and perfect their online presence.Read More »