Over a 15-year career in politics and government affairs, Scott Drexel has crisscrossed the country advocating on a range of issues, with a particular emphasis on democracy reform. Prior to founding Archway Strategies in San Francisco in 2018, Scott spent 9 years as a partner with US Ambassador to Argentina Noah Mamet at NMA Partners, launching and managing the firm’s Northern California office in 2009.
Scott has advocated on behalf of clients at the federal level and in more than 35 states. He’s given sworn testimony before dozens of legislative committees and presented to party caucuses around the country. He’s been a featured speaker at the annual gatherings of groups including the National Conference of State Legislators, the National Foundation for Women Legislators, and the League of Women Voters, as well as labor unions, activist groups, and more. Scott’s comments have been featured in The New York Times, NPR, the Associated Press, Real Clear Politics, and in multiple New York Times bestsellers. He’s appeared on numerous podcasts, television shows, and radio programs.
In 2020, Scott joined the Board of Directors for the successful Proposition 113 campaign in Colorado. Today, he sits on finance committees for multiple national political campaign committees, and has served as an advisor to numerous campaigns of candidates for Governor, the US House, the US Senate, President of the United States, and more.
Scott lives with his wife and children in Tiburon, California.