Hans Kaiser, Principal
Hans Kaiser directs research projects for corporate and political clients, ranging from health care and energy companies to U.S. Senate and Congressional campaigns. Kaiser draws on more than 25 years of experience in business, public affairs and politics to provide his clients with a well-rounded perspective when designing and interpreting research data.
Since Kaiser began working for MI in 1995, he has been instrumental in expanding the company’s political and corporate client base. He has a wealth of strategic and tactical experience that he combines with an unyielding attention to detail and steadfast commitment to his clients. Kaiser applies his expertise to ongoing clients such as the National Pork Board, the National Biodiesel Board, and U.S. Senator Susan Collins (Maine).
Before joining MI, Kaiser served as Campaign Manager for U.S. Senator Slade Gorton’s successful 1994 reelection effort. He also worked closely with the Washington State Republican Party to design and implement a coordinated voter program that helped win an historic Republican victory in Washington State.
Kaiser’s previous political and public affairs experience includes three years as Special Assistant to Senator Gorton and Executive Director of George Bush’s Victory ’92 program in Washington State. He served as Deputy Field Director at the National Republican Congressional Committee and as a Field Coordinator at the National Republican Senatorial Committee. He also spent three years in New York City helping to coordinate the production of 38 hours of videotaped interviews with Richard Nixon for Frank Gannon Communications.
Kaiser is a 1980 graduate of Hobart College and lives in Annapolis with his wife Anne and two children, Heinz and Audrey.
<- Go Back