Bob Boorstin is a Senior Vice President at ASG, helping clients facing challenges in the information technology sector and operating as a member of the firm’s team focused on Europe.
Mr. Boorstin brings to ASG more than 25 years of experience in the private, government, and non-profit sectors. Most recently, he spent more than seven years as a Director of Public Policy for Google, Inc., where he helped establish the company’s presence in Washington, D.C., and drove its global efforts to promote free expression online.
Prior to coming to Google, Boorstin spent more than 25 years working in national security, political communications, research and journalism. He served for more than seven years with the Clinton administration, acting as the president’s national security speechwriter; communications and foreign policy adviser to Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin; and adviser on the developing world to Secretary of State Warren Christopher. After leaving government, Boorstin helped start the Center for American Progress, where he established and ran the program on national security. He has worked on more than a dozen national and international political campaigns and advised Fortune 500 CEOs and some of the nation’s leading advocacy groups. Early in his career, Boorstin was a reporter for The New York Times.
A graduate of Harvard University (1981), he received a master’s degree in International Relations from King’s College, Cambridge University (1983).