Trevor is President of FitzGibbon Media – providing domestic and global campaign/communication strategy for cutting edge initiatives. The firm has offices in NYC, DC, San Fran and London, England. He has worked with a “who’s who” of the progressive movement. In 2014 the firm worked with more than 70 clients including Everytown for Gun Safety, MoveOn, MomsRising, The Advancement Project, ColorofChange.org, WikiLeaks, UltraViolet, ThoughtWorks, the Guardian, Pierre Omidyar’s Intercept, CWA, AFL-CIO, and Robert F. Kennedy Jr’s Waterkeeper.
As Daniel Ellsberg stated, “FitzGibbon Media embodies the spirit of the first amendment, and no firm in the country has worked harder or more effectively to promote and support those patriotic whistleblowers who have courageously spoken out to preserve individual freedoms and rights.”
And according to Anna Lefer Kuhn, Executive Director, Arca Foundation, “FitzGibbon Media is the field leader because it is both a remarkably effective and a deeply purposeful firm. Its strategic sense is second to none.”
Currently, much of his time is spent supporting racial justice that ignited in Ferguson, promoting common sense gun law reforms and holding the White House accountable for its drone, targeted assassinations and domestic spying programs.
FitzGibbon has placed clients on shows including “60 Minutes”, “This Week”, and “The Daily Show” and helped drive the PR strategy for two Oscar nominated documentaries, Dirty Wars and The Invisible War.
Whether it’s working with Pussy Riot and Amnesty International, engineering campaigns with R.E.M. and Pearl Jam on torture or providing the PR support for experts supporting Edward Snowden, FitzGibbon has effectively injected clients into the international news cycle time and again.
Previously, Trevor worked as a Communications specialist on several Presidential, Senatorial and Congressional campaigns.
He loves to cook listen to Sonic Youth with his little girl Audrey and twin baby boys.