Craig Albright serves as BSA’s Vice President for US Government Relations. In this role, he leads BSA’s team that drives engagement with Congress, the Administration, and all US states. He’s responsible for developing and implementing advocacy strategy to deliver results on issues across BSA’s policy agenda.
Prior to joining BSA, Albright spent four years as the World Bank Group’s Special Representative for the United States, Australia, Canada and New Zealand, managing relations with government officials, private sector executives, think tank academics, civil society leaders and others. Before that, Albright spent more than 12 years in the US government. He served in the White House as Special Assistant to President George W. Bush for Legislative Affairs and Deputy Assistant to Vice President Dick Cheney for Legislative Affairs. In Congress, his positions included Legislative Director and Chief of Staff for former Congressman Joe Knollenberg of Michigan and Chief of Staff for Congresswoman Kay Granger of Texas.
Albright has been identified as one of the Top 100 association lobbyists by The Hill news organization and one of Washington’s Most Influential People by Washingtonian magazine. He is a native of the Detroit area and holds a BA in Economics from Michigan State University.