Jessica Reis advises international political and corporate clients with Greenberg Quinlan Rosner. Her experience in international campaigns and knowledge of politics throughout the developing world provide a unique service to the firm’s clients. Reis has worked extensively in Latin America – most recently in Venezuela, Honduras, Bolivia, and the Dominican Republic.

Since joining Greenberg Quinlan Rosner in 2006, Reis has conducted research around the world, and has led focus groups and surveys in Central and South America, Western and Eastern Europe, and India and Southeast Asia. Reis focuses particularly on political campaigns, and also in research in challenging environments. In 2010, she led the firm’s first research in Iraq – conducting trainings for Iraqi nationals in advance of GQR’s groundbreaking focus groups and surveys. In 2012, she designed a similar program in Yemen, and oversaw and observed Yemen’s first focus groups after their Arab Spring Revolution.

Reis earned her Bachelor’s degree in Comparative Economics from the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. She has lived abroad in Argentina, and speaks Spanish. Reis also serves as the unofficial team captain for Greenberg Quinlan Rosner's pub trivia team.