Dina Fraioli is a political, public affairs and media strategist for campaigns, associations and corporations in need of innovative, powerful advocacy and unique insights into what moves voters, audiences and markets. Dina has produced Pollie award-winning television ads, as well as radio, Internet and print advertising for gubernatorial, U.S. Senate, Congressional, legislative and corporate media campaigns. She has provided political and public affairs counsel to SuperPACS, interest groups, associations and corporate clients across the country. She has deep relationships with the national press and a demonstrated track record of placing stories, managing media crises and driving positive coverage for her clients and causes. Dina's work has been featured in Politico, Fox News, NBC, CBS, New York 1, the Wall Street Journal, Human Events, the Daily Caller, the New York Times, the New York Post, National Journal, Roll Call and regional media outlets. In 2002, she worked on 26 ads for the White House featuring former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, which were parodied on Saturday Night Live. A native of Long Island, New York, Dina attended the prestigious State University of New York at Purchase College and holds a BFA in photography and sculpture. Dina currently resides in Washington, D.C.
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