Called "a 'street-smart' Republican spin doctor" by National Journal, Mark Corallo is a veteran communicator with extensive experience in the high-pressure, high-stakes world of Washington, D.C. media affairs. Mark draws on his experience on Capitol Hill, in the Executive branch, and on the campaign trail, to advise Fortune 500 companies, leading trade associations, as well as high-profile business and political leaders.
Said Politico: "Called 'the master of disaster' by many, Corallo has been in the crisis management game since the mid-1990s.... From Sept. 11 to Karl Rove, the self-proclaimed adrenaline junkie has had a hand in almost every newsworthy piece of Republican crisis management in Washington over the past decade."
From 2002-2005, Mark was the Press Secretary and then Public Affairs Director for the U.S. Department of Justice. In this capacity he served as the chief spokesman for Attorney General John Ashcroft and the Department of Justice on all matters including the Global War on Terrorism and the corporate scandals that engulfed America's financial markets.
From 1999-2002, Mark was the Communications Director for the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Government Reform. From 1996-1999, he served as Press Secretary to U.S. Representative and Chairman of the Appropriations Committee, Bob Livingston (R-LA).
Mark is a veteran of the U.S. Army Infantry. He is a graduate of Georgetown University, is married and has four children.