Ed Rollins joins Quantum Communications

Quantum Communications today announced that Ed Rollins, who was the architect and engineer of the most successful presidential campaign in history, has joined the firm as a partner. Rollins, who managed President Ronald Reagan’s 1984 reelection campaign, winning 49 of 50 states, will head Quantum Communications’ New York office at 499 Park Avenue.  

Rollins is one of the nation’s premier political strategists and communication experts, specializing in issue, image and crisis campaigns on behalf of corporations, governments and political candidates around the world. 

Rollins is also a regular contributor on Fox News

Quantum Communications is a leading mid-Atlantic strategic communications firm that develops and manages winning corporate communications and political campaigns. 

Quantum provides its clients with a full range of strategic communications counsel, including media strategies, crisis communications, reputation management, issue advocacy and lobbying. 

Founded in 2001 by Charlie Gerow who once worked for Rollins, Quantum Communications has offices in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Annapolis, Maryland and Washington, DC. It has clients in the energy, health care, transportation, construction, technology, education and legal fields. 

“I’m thrilled to join Quantum Communications and their team of outstanding professionals,” said Rollins. “Quantum Communications’ reputation as the go-to firm for corporate and crisis communications made it the right fit for me. I’m looking forward to helping our clients build winning corporate communications and political campaigns.”

“Simply put, Ed Rollins is the best in the business,” said Quantum CEO Charlie Gerow. “We look forward to Ed working with us to help our clients with corporate and crisis communications and political consulting. Ed Rollins was my boss on President Reagan’s reelection campaign. To be reunited with him professionally is a thrill and an honor.”

In addition to managing President Reagan’s campaign and his service in the White House, Rollins has had major roles in nine other Presidential campaigns and has counseled cabinet officers, U.S. senators, governors, members of Congress, mayors and state legislators. 

Rollins will continue to be a senior presidential scholar at Hofstra University, in addition to his duties at Fox News.