• Government Relations
  • Worked as the Chief of Staff to the House Republican Policy Committee and Policy Director of House Republican Conference
  • Spends his time away from policy and politics with his wife, daughter, and dog and finding ways to get home to Florida

Charles Cooper Managing Director

  • Government Relations
  • Worked as the Chief of Staff to the House Republican Policy Committee and Policy Director of House Republican Conference
  • Spends his time away from policy and politics with his wife, daughter, and dog and finding ways to get home to Florida

Charles is the Chair of Signal’s Advocacy practice.

Charles provides strategic advisory services to a diverse range of clients, including Fortune 100 companies, non-profits, trade associations, and coalitions. With close to two decades of experience in and around the political process, Charles works with clients to navigate the complex legislative, regulatory, and political process around the federal government. He specializes in working with clients on developing comprehensive strategies that include advocacy, communications, or a combination of both. He has significant experience helping organizations advance policy priorities or mitigate policy risk by developing, elevating, or re-positioning a D.C. brand. He has served as Chief of Staff to the House Republican Policy Committee, Policy Director of House Republican Conference, Chief of Staff to Rep. Adam Putnam, and several other legislative positions in the House and Senate.

Charles has worked extensively within a range of policy sectors, from healthcare to technology, to ensure his clients are a resource to policymakers around key issues and remain actively engaged on developing legislative and regulatory solutions that achieve meaningful outcomes. Prior to joining Signal, Charles worked in the House and Senate for over a decade, including several senior staff roles within the House leadership.

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