David Koenig is an independent consultant specializing in political campaigns, public affairs, coalition building and strategic communications. In addition to several candidate and independent expenditure campaigns, he has worked on issues including library funding, stem cell research, NFL stadium development, early childhood education, renewable energy development, school bond construction, arts education, and Democratic Party politics.
As a subcontractor to Attore & Associates, as well as Hein, Cherry & Attore, David has worked with a varied array of clients including Majestic Realty, AECOM, AT&T, Working Californians, IBEW Local 11 and Local 18, the Advancement Project, Children Now, and the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.
David previously worked for Chad Griffin Consulting, Inc., a political consulting and public affairs firm whose clients included Rob and Michele Reiner, the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF), and 2004′s successful Californians for Stem Cell research and Cures Initiative (Prop 71). He has also served on the Board of the San Fernando Valley Young Democrats and the Democratic Party of the San Fernando Valley.
David recently served as campaign manager for ballot Measure L in the City of Los Angeles which restored funding to Los Angeles Public Libraries. He currently serves on the board of Californians for the Support of Early Education (CSEE), a nonprofit and affiliated PAC dedicated to advancing early childhood education policy in California and electing candidates committed to that goal.
A native Angeleno with deep ties to the San Fernando Valley, David now lives in Sacramento with his wife and two sons. He is a graduate of Cal State University Northridge where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in Religious Studies.