Curt Mercadante

Curt Mercadante

Summary

Curt Mercadante is a principal of Revere Strategy Group, LLC.

He is a seasoned strategic communications and public affairs professional who has directed a variety of projects spanning the fields of politics and corporate communications.

In January 2008, Mercadante served as field director for the Orlando, Florida office of John McCain s presidential campaign. His work helped the McCain campaign score a key upset win in Orange County, which was vital to the campaign s narrow victory in the Florida Presidential Primary Election.

Prior to co-founding Revere Strategy Group, Mercadante served as director of political and state affairs for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Legal Reform (ILR), one of the nation's largest business advocacy organizations. At ILR, Mercadante helped direct public and voter education campaigns in targeted states throughout the country.

Mercadante served on Capitol Hill, working as communications director for two members of Congress. He also directed strategic communications for the Corn Refiners Association, a major Washington, DC-based agribusiness association.

Mercadante also worked as an executive with L.C. Williams and Associates, a leading Chicago public affairs firm, where he worked on a number of clients in the energy, financial services and government sectors.

His team directed the communications program that supported the City of Chicago's $200 million "Revive Wacker Drive" reconstruction project. Their efforts garnered numerous awards, including the Platinum Award and Golden Trumpet Award (Publicity Club of Chicago); the Silver Quill Award (International Association of Business Communicators); and, the Skyline Award (Public Relations Society of America/Chicago chapter).

Mercadante has also worked on a number of political campaigns at the local, state and national levels. He holds a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Iowa.

Work History

Work History

Senior Account Executive

L.C. Williams & Associates

Director of Communications

U.S. Congressman Greg Ganske/Ganske for Senate

Education

Education