Andrew Goodrich

Communications Consultant

I specialize in the connection of public affairs campaigns with digital media efforts, including social media and paid advertising.  I have worked in politics and the public affairs space for 15 years, being part of the teams of Governor Mitt Romney, Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Kerry Healey.


Gray Media Inc

Charlie Baker for Governor

Goodrich Ventures LLC

Mitt Romney for President



2005 - 2018


Senior Executive


Gray Media Inc. is one of the leading public affairs firms in Boston.  The Gray Media team consists of some of the top policy advisors and communication experts in the area, with a focus on the intersection of government affairs and communication efforts.

As a senior consultant, I was both a spokesperson as well as in charge of policy coordination and research for the campaign.

Goodrich Ventures LLC is a side ventures including polling, public opinion strategies, research and digital media consulting.

Deputy Director of E-Campaign.  Worked closely with other Romney colleagues to develop a new department in the campaign called the 'E-Campaign' which now would be considered a 'digital media' department.  Oversaw digital efforts including fundraising, advertising and organizing volunteers.


Goodrich, while initially expressing dismay about the timing of the letter and Brown’s nomination, said he, not Brown, was responsible for the attack on Warren.


“I don’t believe he was aware of all the content,” said Goodrich. “Those are my words, those are not Scott Brown’s.”


He later downplayed any potential controversy, saying he didn’t understand why “supporting local candidates is something out of the norm.”


“It’s not even a federal PAC, it’s a state PAC,” he said.


But when asked why he only specifically attacked Warren, who has never held state office, he said it was because of her standing in the state Democratic Party.


“All those state lawmakers take their marching orders from her,” he insisted. “She’s the leader of the [state] Democratic Party.”


All in the name of, as Goodrich puts it, “lifting the veil on Beacon Hill.”


They’ve been making fund-raising visits to reliably Republican enclaves and plan “dispassionate” decisions about which districts to contest.


Read: Worcester County, the South Shore, the Cape, and near the New Hampshire border.

“I think Pat is poised to win. He’s a strong candidate and in a better position to hold that seat and it’s pretty critical to hold that seat considering the numbers are down in the Senate,” Jobs First Treasurer Andrew Goodrich told the News Service.


Johns Hopkins University



Currently enrolled in the Johns Hopkins University AAP Communications Major program.  Expected graduation in 2020.

Georgetown University


Interdisciplinary Studies


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Andrew Goodrich

Communication and Digital Consultant

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