Washington, D.C. – Franklin Square Group, a leading bipartisan technology advocacy firm, is pleased to announce Brian Worth will be joining the firm as Partner.
Worth joins Franklin Square from Uber Technologies, where he led the company’s advocacy efforts in Congress.
Worth previously served as the Coalitions Director for House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), who said, “Brian was a critical part of my team and essential to our work to foster innovation in the private sector and bring government into the 21st century. With his years of experience in and out of the Capitol, Brian knows Congress and is an effective coalition builder. Brian is an asset on any team, and Franklin Square Group is lucky to have him.”
During his time in House leadership, Brian coordinated with industry leaders and coalition groups on efforts to pass significant legislation, including free trade agreements, a Highway Bill, and other major bills. Worth also served at the Small Business Administration during the administration of President George W. Bush.
“Brian has proven experience building bridges between Silicon Valley and Republican political leaders in Washington. We couldn’t be happier to have Brian join Franklin Square Group.” said Kara Calvert, a Republican partner at the firm.
According to Ryan Triplette, another Republican partner, “He will bring great leadership to our bipartisan, tech-savvy team, and help our innovative clients navigate Republican politics in the Administration and Capitol Hill.”
“Franklin Square Group has a well-deserved reputation as leading advocates who can articulate the tech industry’s vision and passion to the decision-makers in Washington,” said Worth. “It as an exciting time to be in the rapidly changing world of tech innovation, and I look forward to helping Franklin Square Groups’ clients succeed in Washington and beyond.”
The Franklin Square Group is a leading government relations and strategic communications firm representing some of the world’s most innovative companies and organizations. We are a bipartisan team dedicated to bridging the gap between government and technology.