High Lantern Group Launces in Washington
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High Lantern Group Launces in Washington

High Lantern Group, a firm specializing in strategy development, thought leadership, reputation management, and framing policy and business issues, has been launched by managing partner Daniel Casse, a veteran of four presidential campaigns.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C.—High Lantern Group, a firm specializing in strategy development, thought leadership, reputation management, and framing policy and business issues, has been launched by managing partner Daniel Casse, a longtime CEO advisor and a veteran of four presidential campaigns.

 

“The way companies position themselves in Washington is changing,” Casse says. “Real thought leaders in Washington have to know how to shape public debates.”

 

Casse, who for many years served as president of G100, an organization of CEOs led by Jack Welch and Larry Bossidy and was a special assistant in the White House and an advisor to four presidential candidates. He is joined by managing directors Kevin Stach, who has extensive experience advising political candidates and corporate executives; Rob Gluck, a former senior advisor on Arnold Schwarzenegger’s historic 2003 California Recall campaign and as former external affairs officer with the Walt Disney Company; and Kendall Bentz, who joins HLG from the White House Writers Group, where he was a senior member of the firm for more than a dozen years.

 

High Lantern Group also has offices in Los Angeles and New York City.

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