Buzz Jacobs

Co-Founder, PoliTek

Buzz Jacobs is a technology and marketing focused entrepreneur. He is Co-Founder of PoliTek, which offers a cutting edge P2P-PLUS platform that reaches the most people via telecommunication mediums. Jacobs is also Co-Founder of Strategic Storytelling Company, which helps clients tell their stories through creative, technology-driven ad campaigns.

Jacobs has advised and worked for numerous GOP leaders and organizations. He held senior positions in two presidential campaigns, serving as the Southeast U.S. Regional Campaign Manager for John McCain for President and as a Senior Advisor to Marco Rubio for President. He has developed and implemented political and business strategies, written and produced commercials and videos, and managed communications and other campaigns for a wide variety of business and political clients nationwide, including Lockheed Martin, Americans for Prosperity, Congressional Leadership Fund, Republican National Committee, and dozens of Gubernatorial, U.S. Senate, U.S. House, and lower ballot campaigns.

Jacobs’ work has directly contributed to electoral victories of candidates at all levels – from President to the State House – and helped numerous campaigns and issue advocacy organizations win elections and achieve their strategic goals. Among the political victories Jacobs is most proud of is directing John McCain’s come-from-behind victory in the 2008 South Carolina presidential primary and helping Lt. General Jack Bergman (USMC-RET) become the highest-ranking military veteran ever elected to the United States Congress.

Jacobs also served as a member of President George W. Bush’s White House staff for three years, first working in the West Wing as the Special Assistant to the Deputy Homeland Security Advisor and then as the Director of Immigration Security Policy and Associate Director of Border and Transportation Security Policy. He also served as a strategist for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Jacobs holds a Master in Public Policy (International Security Policy) from Harvard University and a Bachelor of Science in Finance from The University of Alabama.