Albert Martinez

Albert is a proven veteran of politics, policy, and public service who most recently served as chief of staff for United States Senator Marco Rubio. He was a key member of his inner circle through two Senate campaigns and a Presidential campaign.

As chief of staff, Albert directed legislative planning and strategy related to broad policy matters, as well as the Senator’s work on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Select Committee on Intelligence, Committee on Science, Commerce, and Transportation, and the Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, and his membership on the Bipartisan Congressional Task Force on Economic Growth in Puerto Rico.

Prior to his work in the United States Senate, Albert was a vital strategist and advisor on Rubio’s historic 2010 Senate campaign and his upset victory of then-sitting Governor Charlie Crist.

As a strategist and pundit, Alberto has been regularly quoted in the New York Times, The Wall Street JournalThe Washington Post, and many others.

A veteran of numerous high profile campaigns, Albert served as senior advisor to Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign in 2012. Previously, Albert served as the communications director for the Republican majority during Senator Rubio’s term as speaker of the Florida House and as chief of staff to the majority whip of the Florida house. Prior to his work with Rubio, Albert served as deputy speechwriter for Governor Jeb Bush and Florida communications director for President George W. Bush’s reelection campaign in 2004.

Albert is originally from Miami, Florida and lives in Alexandria, Virginia with his wife and son.