Michael Dubke is a veteran GOP operative and has been involved in local, state and federal politics, as well as issue and public policy advocacy since 1992. His experience has brought him a unique understanding of the relationship between media strategy and public policy development.
In 2001, Mike founded Crossroads Media, LLC, a major media services firm specializing in advertising strategy and placement for political candidates, issue advocacy organizations and trade associations. Crossroads Media has distinguished itself as one of the major firms on the national scene for both political candidates and corporations.
Mike also served as President of Americans for Job Security (AJS), which was active in over 45 states and spent in excess of $55 million in direct issue advocacy. Prior to co-founding AJS, he held the position of Executive Director for both the Ripon Society and the Ripon Educational Fund, where he oversaw the growth of the TransAtlantic Conference and the re-emergence of the Ripon Society as a participant in national politics.
Mike currently serves on the board of the Franklin Center for Public Policy Exchange and the Ripon Society. He is a graduate of Hamilton College, a Buffalo Bills season ticket holder and resides in Alexandria, VA with his wife Shannon and their two children.