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Thomas B. Schreibel*

Partner
Michael Best Strategies LLC

*Names that appear with an asterisk indicate a Michael Best professional not admitted to practice law.

Overview

In his role as partner in Michael Best Strategies’ Washington, D.C. office, Tom utilizes his expertise in legislative and executive processes to advance client interests through development and implementation of political, legislative, and public affairs strategies.

Prior to joining Strategies, Tom served as vice president of government and industry affairs at Sheehan Family Companies, a national beverage distribution company. There, he developed and executed strategies surrounding the company’s business practices, managed tracking of relevant policy activity for 15 state legislatures and Washington, D.C., and managed relationships and communication with industry leaders, legislators, and elected officials.

He was previously chief of staff and committee professional staff member for Congressman F. James Sensenbrenner Jr., overseeing the Washington, D.C. and district offices, supervising legislative, political, communications, and campaign strategies, and advising the congressman on all aspects of office policy. In this role, Tom designed the approved 2000 Wisconsin congressional redistricting plan. While working with Congressman Sensenbrenner, he also served as district director and scheduler.

Professional Activities

  • Member, Board of Directors, National Beer Wholesalers Association
  • Platform Committee Member and Delegate to the 2016 Republican National Convention, Subcommittee Vice Chair
  • Vice Chair, Wisconsin Republican Party, 2014-present
  • Volunteer, Lake Keesus Advancement Association, 1999- present
  • Delegate, Republican Party of Waukesha County, 1985-present
  • Volunteer, Sensenbrenner for Congress Committee, 1984-present
  • Volunteer on numerous statewide and legislative campaigns

Education

Community Involvement

  • Board Member and Chair, Long-term Planning Committee, Lake Country Swim Team, 2006-2009
  • Team Walk Leader, Southeastern Wisconsin Juvenile Diabetes Association, 2002-present
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