Bruce honed his marketing and communications skills in politics, first at the Clinton White House before joining the Office of Democratic Leader Dick Gephardt in 1994. The year was 1994 when he suggested that the Congressman consider a website to help communicate his agenda to the public.
Following his passion for the emerging Internet, Bruce soon left politics to work at Magnet Interactive. Before long, Bruce was Senior Producer helping to shape online strategies for Fortune 500 clients such as First USA/Bank One, DuPont, Accenture, USAA Insurance and more. In 2001, Bruce founded Interactive Strategies with the belief that web agencies could do a better job of meeting the strategic needs of clients. In the ten years since, Bruce has grown the company into one of DC’s leading agencies. Rather than focus on growth, he has been driven by the desire to provide innovative and comprehensive web strategies for a select group of clients.
Outside the office grind, you can catch Bruce enjoying a newspaper, riding a bike or spending time with his family.