Executive Vice President
Edelman Berland, Washington, DC
Peter Ventimiglia is an Executive Vice President at Edelman Berland. He has more than fifteen years of experience as an advisor to both political candidates and major corporations, and his areas of expertise include strategy and advertising development, corporate communications research and public policy issue analysis/management.
Prior to joining Edelman Berland, Peter was a Senior Vice President of Hill+Knowlton Strategies’ Research+Data Insights practice group and President of Public Strategies’ Research practice group, where he conducted quantitative and qualitative public opinion research for corporate and trade association clients. While there, he designed and implemented projects that informed on corporate image, reputation and responsibility, brand equity, message and communications development and advertising and public relations campaign development.
Before joining R+DI, Peter was a Senior Vice President at Lombardo Consulting Group, where, in addition to directing and analyzing research programs for political and Fortune 500 clients, he served as a senior corporate communications and image consultant. He also managed numerous international projects for Fortune 100 companies.
Prior to that, Peter was a Senior Account Supervisor with Edelman Berland. While at Edelman Berland he coordinated issue assessment and management studies, customer satisfaction, communications evaluation and branding strategy projects for clients in the mass media, retail, healthcare and financial services industries.
Previously, Peter was a Study Director with Market Strategies, a national research and consulting firm, where he was responsible for working with the firm’s corporate and association clients. He was also a member of the Market Strategies team that managed and analyzed research for the 2000 George W. Bush presidential campaign.
He holds a master’s degree in public policy from Georgetown University, where his graduate work focused on public opinion and survey research. He also holds an undergraduate degree in history from Dartmouth College.