For over thirty years, Bradley S. Brewster, Esq., has worked on some of the most important and complex public affairs issues facing our nation. At PPAG-Princeton Public Affairs Group he currently focuses on land use, energy, business, and economic development issues. He joined PPAG-Princeton Public Affairs Group in 1989.

Mr. Brewster also helped found Winning Strategies a Washington, DC-based federal lobbying firm. He served as the National Director of, a national non-profit organization formed in 2005 to promote policies to better prepare the U.S. for major natural catastrophes. Mr. Brewster has been a regular television commentator on state and national political and public affairs for numerous media programs including NJN and the Comcast Network. He has also been a panelist and speaker for a variety of public affairs programs and conferences concerning state and federal public policy issues.

He served as Executive Director of the New Jersey General Assembly and was General Counsel to the General Assembly Majority Office. While serving the Legislature he played a key role in criminal code reform legislation, the creation of several major state environmental protection programs and economic growth initiatives.

Prior to joining the Assembly Majority Office, Mr. Brewster was in the private practice of law and later served as counsel to the Assembly Judiciary, Law, and Public Safety Committee for the Office of Legislative Services. He was appointed as a chairperson of the Department of Environmental Protection and Energy Transition Team for Governor Christie Todd Whitman. He also lectured in politics and government at Rutgers University and Seton Hall Law School. He has served on the Board of Trustees at Montclair University and was reappointed by Governor Chris Christie to the Board of Trustees of The College of New Jersey.

Mr. Brewster also formerly served on the Board of the New Jersey Garden State Games, the Governor’s International Trade Commission, and the Governor’s Olympic Development and Recognition Committee. He has assumed a variety of advisory roles for statewide political campaigns since 1983 and was the New Jersey Co-Chairman for Mitt Romney for President in 2008. He also currently serves on the boards of several local foundations and charitable organizations.

A graduate of Ursinus College and the Vermont Law School, he is a member of the Bar in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He is currently a partner in the New England Black Wolves professional lacrosse franchise located at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut. Mr. Brewster also serves on the Board of Trustees at Ursinus College and was recently inducted into the Ursinus College Hall of Fame.