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Biden-Harris Administration: The First 100 Days

It has been an extraordinary few months in the U.S. An expansive vaccination program has offered a route to life after COVID-19. The economy is poised to see strong growth. And markets have seemed more active than ever.

In Washington, President Biden’s administration has started swiftly. This White House offers a return to a more familiar tone of government after President Trump, who broke with so many norms. It is also proving ambitious in areas ranging from combating COVID-19 to climate change, infrastructure to taxation.

This report takes stock of President Biden’s first 100 days. We examine the challenges he faces in Congress, where the Democrats’ majorities are slim and bipartisan support is proving difficult to achieve. We look at major domestic policy areas, from infrastructure to health care, and the most significant foreign policy issues, notably China. Brunswick works at the intersection of the political, financial, and social communities. We have drawn on the full range of our global capabilities to offer these insights. 
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Rich Allan, Director, New York
Communications advisor with a background in consulting, management, and biomedics.

Don Baer, Senior Partner, Washington, D.C.
Media, communications, and public policy leader working across business, government, politics, and the nonprofit sector. Baer was the Worldwide Chair and CEO of strategic communications firm Burson-Marsteller and BCW Global Chair; served President Bill Clinton as Assistant to the President and White House Director of Communications and Strategic Planning.

Lanhee Chen, Senior Counselor, San Francisco
Served as chief policy adviser to Mitt Romney during his 2012 presidential bid and a senior appointee at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services during the George W. Bush Administration. Now a member of the public policy faculty at Stanford University and fellow at the Hoover Institution, Chen advises Brunswick clients on public affairs and geopolitical challenges with a particular focus on health care and fiscal issues.

Raul Damas, Partner, New York
Strategic counselor working at the highest levels of the public and private sectors; held senior leadership positions in the White House of President George W. Bush, Pfizer, and Purdue Pharma.

Patti Solis Doyle, Partner, U.S. Public Affairs Lead, Washington, D.C.
Veteran political advisor and commentator, with more than 30 years of experience in politics, presidential campaigns, and public service.

Tim Griffin, Senior Counselor, Washington, D.C.
More than two decades of experience at the intersection of business, law, government; currently serving as lieutenant governor of Arkansas and was previously elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.

Adrienne Harris, Senior Advisor, Washington, D.C.
Expert on financial services industry, having advised fintech companies, financial institutions, and large venture capital firms; previously served as a Special Assistant to President Obama for Economic Policy on the National Economic Council.

Susan Lagana, Partner, Washington, D.C.
Strategic communications, crisis response, reputation management, and advocacy expert; Lagana served in communications leadership roles at the Department of Transportation and with the United States Navy.

George Little, Partner, Head of Office, Washington, D.C.
Crisis communications, cybersecurity, reputational, and public affairs advisor; Little was previously head of Marketing and Communications at Booz Allen Hamilton, Assistant to the U.S. Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs, and Pentagon Press Secretary.

Molly Millerwise Meiners, Partner, Washington, D.C.
Public affairs, financial regulation and economic policy, and crisis management advisor; Meiners served as Chief Communications Officer of the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation.

Stephen Power, Partner, Dallas, TX
Leader of the energy and transportation practice at Brunswick; Power was formerly a reporter at the Wall Street Journal.

Michael Rogers, Senior Advisor, Washington, D.C.
Retired four-star admiral and expert on cybersecurity and geopolitics. Served simultaneously as the Director of the U.S. National Security Agency and Commander of U.S. Cyber Command from 2014–18.

Doug Sosnik, Senior Advisor, Washington, D.C.
Policy and political expert who has closely advised President Bill Clinton and multiple U.S. Senators, governors, Fortune 100 corporations, foundations, and universities for 35 years.

Neal Wolin, Chief Executive Officer, Washington, D.C.
Business, public affairs, and communications expert; Wolin also previously served as Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Treasury from May 2009 until September 2013, and Acting Secretary of the Treasury in January and February 2013.

Robert Zoellick, Senior Counselor, Washington, D.C.
Principal of Brunswick’s Geopolitical advisory team. Former President of the World Bank from 2007–12, U.S. Trade Representative from 2001 to 2005, and Deputy Secretary of State from 2005 to 2006.