Holmes Report 09 Feb 2014 // 5:04PM GMT
WASHINGTON, DC—Veteran public relations and public affairs professionals Brad Luna and Kristofer Eisenla have launched a new strategic media communications company, Luna+Eisenla media, which has expertise in the communicating the public policy debate in the transportation, small business, tax reform, social justice, political and education issues.
Luna has worked on Capitol Hill, managed political campaigns for the US Senate and House, and served as the director of communications for the Human Rights Campaign. Prior to founding Luna Media Group, he ran US Congressman Brad Carson’s high-profile 2004 U.S. Senate Race in Oklahoma and served as director of communications during his tenure in the House of Representatives.
Eisenla has managed communications for presidential and senatorial campaigns and developed message strategy for Members of Congress, He was a vice president at the Washington public affairs firm Widmeyer Communications and earlier was as the deputy chief of staff and communications director for US Rep. Diana DeGette (D-Colo.) and director of communications for US Rep. Sander Levin (D-Mich.).
Luna+Eisenla clients include The International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association; the National Association for the Self-Employed; The Center for Information and Research on Civics & Learning at Tufts University; Small Business Majority; GetEQUAL; The Washington Blade; The World AIDS Institute and Timothy Ray Brown; Foundry United Methodist Church; Chicago Review Press; and the American Association for People with Disabilities.