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Brian Roehrkasse

Former U.S. Department of Justice and
U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Brian served as the top public affairs official for the U.S. Department of Justice and managed the communications for dozens of high-profile legal matters and national security issues. Prior to DOJ, he was the press secretary for the then, newly created U.S. Department of Homeland Security where he was responsible for communicating sensitive information to the public during several periods of heighted threat.


Brian also held notable communications roles in the Bush Administration in the White House and at the Department of Transportation where he managed communications following the terrorist attacks of September 11th and helped to establish the Transportation Security Administration.

Following his government service, Brian spent nine years as the Vice President of communications for BAE Systems, Inc., one of the world’s largest aerospace and defense companies, and oversaw all external communications activities. He currently works as a vice president for a large, global technology company and resides in Washington, DC, with his family.

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