and political/issue strategy
Meticulously crafted media and message paired with expert design and powerful strategy for political and issue marketing.
Fenenbock Group brings a tradition of fresh thinking in political media and communication that for decades has helped our clients succeed on a wide range of issue-related campaigns as well as elections for governor, senator, and members of Congress.
Centered on Michael Fenenbock’s wealth of skills and depth of knowledge when it comes to media and message and Daphne Weisbart’s ability to design, develop and implement powerful strategies, the firm’s experience encompasses all aspects of political and issue marketing.
Michael and Daphne have moved to Israel.
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Michael Fenenbock is the firm’s creative and strategic leader. The son of UCLA and NFL football great Chuck Fenenbock, Michael was born and raised in Southern California. Following graduate school, Michael began a lengthy career in politics that included stints as press secretary and senior political advisor to a Governor and U.S. Senator, a position as Western States Coordinator on a Presidential campaign, and campaign manager for a number of prominent statewide campaigns. In 1984 Michael established his own political media consulting firm. In 1988 he met and married Daphne Weisbart. Together they formed a personal and professional partnership.
Daphne Weisbart is responsible for designing and implementing the firm’s business strategies and acts as the centerpiece of its client relationships. She oversees the firm’s daily operations and is the Executive Producer of all Fenenbock Group’s award winning media. Raised in New York City, in 1983 Daphne earned a BA in political science from SUNY-Binghamton. While working on a much ballyhooed 1988 California political campaign she met her future husband and business partner Michael Fenenbock. A highly acclaimed media producer, Daphne is much admired for her skill and experience as well as her personal warmth.
“Michael understands not just what to say, but how and when to say it.”