Roy Occhiogrosso is an experienced communications strategist who has worked on many important public policy issues, helping clients navigate many industries, including gaming, healthcare, energy, financial services, telecommunications, criminal justice reform, and human and civil rights. Some of Roy’s current and former clients include MGM, GM, Access Health CT (Connecticut’s health insurance exchange), Tenet Healthcare, CT Water, Motorola, Sun Edison, and Cablevision.
Prior to GSG, Roy oversaw all communications operations for the Office of Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy. Roy was the chief strategist on Gov. Malloy’s winning gubernatorial run in 2010, a role he reprised on Gov. Malloy’s successful 2014 reelection campaign. Earlier in his career, Roy served as a communications and political strategist for numerous candidates for public office at the local, state and national levels. In 2012, Roy was named one of Connecticut’s “50 Most Influential People” by Hartford Magazine. Roy graduated from UConn with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and a Master’s Degree in Public Affairs. Roy lives in Glastonbury, CT with his wife Meagan, twin boys Sam and Ben, their dog Marley, and their cat Taz.