David Turch is the owner and founder of David Turch and Associates. Previously, he served more than fifteen years as a legislative aide with Members of both the U.S. House and Senate and both major political parties. A former division director for two of the nation’s largest independent public relations firms, Turch achieved substantial expertise in the development of successful government marketing strategies. In August of 1987 he founded David Turch and Associates at its present location on Capitol Hill. Turch graduated from Saint John’s University with majors in economics and business administration.
Marilyn Campbell is the chief operating officer of David Turch and Associates. A native Washingtonian, she brings extensive management and political experience including staff service on the House Rules Committee, as well as on the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources and the Senate Committee on the Judiciary. Subsequently, Marilyn managed some of Washington’s top law firms and the Washington office of Ferranti International of the United Kingdom, one of the world’s leading defense contractors.
Jamie Jones is a lobbyist at David Turch and Associates, and previously worked for twelve years in the U.S. House of Representatives. As a senior level staffer for a member from Southern California, Jones managed the legislative operations of the office and worked closely with both the Republican and Democratic leadership of the House. He worked as a consultant and advance representative on a congressional campaign in New York, and was also a senior associate for a New York-based financial institution. Jones holds an advanced degree in International Affairs from The American University.
Kevin Bosch is the director of legislative research at David Turch and Associates. He monitors the activities of Congressional committees and agencies of the Executive Branch. Bosch provides the firm with a solid business perspective from his former managerial work at an internationally renowned firm. Bosch holds an advanced degree in Comparative Politics from The American University.
Victor Tambone served the country as an Air Force officer for 24 years, rising to the rank of colonel. In addition to being a pilot, staff officer, and commander, he served with distinction in the Office of Legislative Liaison for the Secretary of the Air Force. Tambone also served as a program manager for aircraft acquisition, an advance agent for Presidential Flight Support, and the military aide to Secretary Henry Kissinger. President George W. Bush appointed Tambone as the first Chief of Staff for the Science and Technology Directorate at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, where he served as special advisor to the members of the under secretary’s immediate staff, and also as a liaison to other components of the Department, the Administration, and the US Congress. Tambone attended the Virginia Military Institute, and graduated from the United States Air Force Academy. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in aeronautic engineering and a minor in astronautic engineering. He also holds a Masters degree in international politics from Webster University and is a graduate of the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government's National Preparedness Leadership Institute.