Jim Landry has 15 years of research and strategic communications experience, working with national party committees, candidates, advocacy campaigns and non-profits. Jim leads FP1 Strategies’ research team working, across the firm’s full range of capabilities to inform strategic and tactical decision-making, provide clients with actionable intelligence and support product development.
Jim recently served as a senior communications adviser for a national non-profit and super PAC advising leadership on communications strategy on both policy debates and political campaigns. Prior to that, he led communications at American Action Network and American Action Forum shortly after their launch in 2010, developing paid and earned media strategies.
Jim served as Deputy Research Director at the Republican National Committee during the 2008 presidential campaign, guiding the day-to-day operation of a 30 person research team and advising on state-level rapid response.
He spent the 2004 and 2006 cycles at the National Republican Senatorial Committee working the legal, political and research departments. During the 2006 cycle, Jim led opposition research for several Senate campaigns and advised on earned and paid media efforts.
Jim grew up in Arlington, VA and has a degree in history from the University of Notre Dame. He is married with three children.