Over 40 Years Of Experience
For over four decades, enterprises both in New Jersey and nationwide have entrusted Public Strategies Impact with the task of advocating for their interests within the state government’s executive and legislative branches. Over time, we have ascended to become one of New Jersey’s preeminent organizations specializing in legislative advocacy.
In an ever-shifting political and economic landscape, the pace of change in public policy is relentless. Our extensive expertise and a proven track record consistently yield significant benefits for our valued clients. Our accomplished team boasts over three decades of experience in some of the most pivotal business sectors within the Garden State.
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Roger Bodman, Managing Partner
Roger Bodman is widely respected for his depth of knowledge of state government and politics. He has served in gubernatorial cabinet posts, guided presidential campaigns in New Jersey, and appeared as a political commentator for NJTV, formerly New Jersey Network, for more than 35 years.
Early in his career, Bodman served as district office manager for the late New Jersey Congresswoman Millicent Fenwick and as chief of staff for former New Jersey Congressman James Courter. In 1981, he was selected as manager of Tom Kean’s campaign for governor. Following Governor Kean’s victory, Bodman was named to two cabinet posts. As the State Commissioner of Labor, he implemented extensive legislative reforms of the unemployment insurance program. Later, as the State Commissioner of Transportation, he was the chief advisor to the governor on transportation matters. He also served as chairman of New Jersey Transit.
In 1987, Bodman was appointed by the governor to chair the Study Commission on Regulatory Efficiency, a role that earned him the Alliance for Action’s Eagle Award. In 1988, he served as vice chairman of the New Jersey Bush for President committee.
A native of Bernardsville, New Jersey, Bodman graduated cum laude from Ohio University in 1974 with a degree in political science. Bodman was also a visiting professor at Rutgers University’s Eagleton Institute of Politics.