Ogilvy Government Relations
Drew Maloney, as former chief executive officer, was recognized as one of DC’s top government relations experts, providing strategic counsel to a variety of the firm’s clients on issues ranging from health care and insurance to energy, financial services, telecommunications and others. With deep expertise of the issues and political imperatives of the legislative and regulatory agenda, Maloney brings nearly 20 years of experience in the design and execution of successful legislative policy development and political strategies to the bi-partisan firm.
Prior to joining Ogilvy Government Relations, Maloney served as Administrative Assistant and Legislative Director for the House Republican leadership under former Republican House Majority Whip Tom DeLay. Maloney also served as Legislative Director to Congressman Ed Bryant (R-TN), where he handled duties before the Judiciary and Commerce Committees. As Bryant’s counsel on judiciary matters, Maloney helped conduct the interview of Monica Lewinsky and managed the impeachment proceedings. Prior to Bryant, he worked for now Senator Roger Wicker (R-MS), where he handled energy policy and appropriations issues.
In addition to his government service, Maloney is an advisor to many Congressional, Senatorial and Presidential campaign efforts. He has managed political campaigns at the state and national level, including serving as Co-Chair of Young Professionals for Mitt Romney
Maloney has published articles in Forbes and China Daily and is often cited as a government relations expert in publications such as, The New York Times, Politico, Roll Call and others. He serves on the Board of Trustees at Randolph-Macon College, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science. Maloney also received a J.D. from Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law.
Maloney currently serves on the board of the Cleveland Park Historical Society and is a member of the Development Committee for Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Washington, DC. He lives in Washington, DC, with his wife, Sabra Klein Maloney, a professor at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, and their two daughters.