Counsel Public Affairs is proud to announce the addition of  Chase Tribble to its growing and multi-partisan Federal Practice team as Senior Consultant. Chase is an experienced political staffer and a seasoned communicator, whose recent experience includes service in the Office of the Leader of the Official Opposition and  the Conservative Party of Canada’s national headquarters in Ottawa.  

“Chase is a skilled policy and communications professional,” said John Delacourt, Senior Vice President and Federal Practice Lead. “We’re thrilled to welcome Chase to our expanding federal government relations team, where he will enhance our clients’ advocacy efforts as we shift our focus to the next federal election.” 

While working in the Office of the Leader of the Official Opposition, Chase was responsible for creating highly-effective communications products on a broad range of policy issues. He specializes in breaking down complex ideas into short form content. Chase was also responsible for managing a team to meet the needs of the Conservative Caucus and Leader of the Official Opposition, and worked in the 2019 and 2021 Conservative federal election “War Room,” crafting daily communications products for policy announcements and initiatives. 

“I am excited to work with clients on honing their government relations approach and crafting impactful messaging to share with stakeholders,” said Chase. “I look forward to collaborating with the multi-partisan Federal Practice in the current minority parliament. 

More recently, Chase worked for a creative digital communications agency, working with clients to target and communicate their initiatives to decision makers while managing projects from start to finish.  Chase  also advised clients on the best way to approach the federal government on specific policy asks. He successfully supported clients in various sectors including Indigenous government, real estate development, and health care. 

Chase holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Windsor in International Relations.