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Charlie has dedicated more than 25 years of his life to serving New York in both the public and private sectors across a variety of roles, which he brings to his clients in the form of deep political knowledge.

Senior campaign advisor to Andrew Cuomo’s re-election campaign

State Executive Director for the New York State Democratic Party

Advisor to Rev. Al Sharpton

Acting National Director for National Action Network

Ran Congressman Charles B. Rangel’s re-election campaign

Appointed by President Clinton as the New York/New Jersey Regional Director for the Department of Housing and Urban Development in 2000

Ran for Lt. Governor with running mate Andrew Cuomo in 2002 and ran for New York State Attorney General in 2006

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Charlie King has been a fixture in New York politics, government and advocacy, dedicating more than twenty-five years of his life to serving New York in both the public and private sectors. Most recently King served as a senior campaign advisor to Andrew Cuomo’s re-election campaign, and was formerly the State Executive Director for the New York State Democratic Party. King also ran Congressman Charles B. Rangel’s re-election campaign.

In 2000 King was appointed by President Clinton to serve as a top official of the New York and New Jersey region of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), replacing Bill de Blasio as the New York/New Jersey Regional Director for then-HUD Secretary Andrew Cuomo. In 2002 King ran for Lt. Governor, serving as the running mate for then gubernatorial candidate Andrew Cuomo, and in 2006 King ran unsuccessfully for New York State Attorney General.

During his extensive career, he has served as Acting National Director for National Action Network, one of the nation’s leading civil rights organizations, and as an advisor to Rev. Al Sharpton. In 2007 King founded his own firm, a private political, governmental and corporate consulting business.

King is a graduate of Brown University and New York University School of Law where he was honored as a Root-Tilden Scholar. He has a wife, Vanessa, and two daughters, Nicole and Caroline.