John Zogby, Founder and Senior Partner

John Zogby, founder of the “Zogby Poll” and the Zogby companies, is an internationally respected pollster, opinion leader and best-selling author. He has joined with his sons Benjamin and Jeremy in a new company called John Zogby Strategies, a strategic visioning firm specializing in preparing companies and agencies for the coming wave of dynamic changes.  A much sought-after speaker, he is represented by the American Program Bureau of Boston. Zogby is also the inaugural Director of the Keenan Center for Entrepreneurship at his alma mater, Le Moyne College.

“All hail Zogby, the maverick predictor,” decreed The Washington Post, when John Zogby called the 1996 presidential election with pinpoint accuracy. And he did it again in the following two elections. His presidential polling remains among the most accurate through five elections. He has served as an on-air election analyst for NBC News, BBC, CBC, ABC (Australia), and has been featured by the Foreign Press Center in Washington every election night since 1998.

The Zogby Poll, the “second best known polling brand in the US today” (Washington Post), John Zogby remains the hottest and most accurate pollster and analyst of America’s political and cultural landscape. In addition to the global reach of his brand, Zogby Polls have been cited frequently in popular culture, including NBC’s West Wing, CW’s Gossip Girls, Netflix movie House of Cards, and numerous novels, game shows, and the 25th Anniversary edition of Trivial Pursuit. Zogby Polls are regularly cited on The Tonight Show and spoofed on The Late Show and NPR’s All Things Considered. Fortune Magazine, The New Yorker and Investor’s Business Daily have all profiled John Zogby. He has appeared on every major U.S. television network, the BBC and scores of U.S. broadcasts. His two appearances on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart are among his favorites.

Called “The Prince of Polling” by political strategist Mary Matalin, John Zogby’s interactive methodology is a leader in the industry. He is the author of the best-selling The Way We’ll Be: The Zogby Report on the Transformation of the American Dream (Random House, 2008) and is co-author of the forthcoming First Globals: Understanding, Managing, and Unleashing Our Millennial Generation (with Joan Snyder Kuhl).

His newest book, published in 2016, is entitled We Are Many, We Are One: Neo-Tribes and Tribal Analytics in 21st Century America, is an exploration of the American people from the vantage point of their attributes and values, not demographics or geography.

Zogby writes weekly columns on Forbes.com and contributes a weekly Obama report card to The Washington Examiner’s Washington Secrets, by Paul Bedard. He is also a founding contributor to The Huffington Post. His analytical expertise has also been published on the opinion pages of the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Financial Times.

Since 1984 he has led successful strategic visioning, communications, marketing, and operations projects   for   mega   corporations, small   and   medium-sized   businesses, local   and   national governments, non-profits and foundations, trade associations, and educational institutions at all levels.  He has polled and consulted for a wide spectrum of business, media, government and political groups including Coca-Cola, Microsoft, CISCO Systems, St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital and the US Census Bureau.  A well-known political and social pundit, his work has been featured in op-ed pages worldwide, valued in corporate boardrooms and considered “must-read” at every level of America’s political landscape.

A senior advisor at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, Zogby also serves as a Commissioner for the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Commission on Smart Power and is a senior fellow of the Catholic University Institute for Policy Research and Catholic Studies. As Chairman of Sudan Sunrise, Zogby works to continue the vision of the late NBA player Manute Bol to bring peace to Sudan through education. He is presently chairman of the capital campaign on behalf of Mohawk Valley Community College (where he taught in the 1970s), and serves on the boards of the Arab American Institute, Upstate Venture Connect (which links young entrepreneurs with venture capital in Upstate New York), and Freedom Guide Dogs.

Zogby has been awarded three honorary doctorates from the State University of New York, the College of St. Rose, and the Graduate School of Union University. In 2008 he was awarded the Chancellor’s Distinguished Fellows Award from the University of California Irvine.  He has also received special awards from the American Task Force for Lebanon and the Arab American Association of Greater Houston.

Benjamin Zogby, Esq., Partner

Benjamin is an attorney who specializes in commercial litigation, particularly in the energy and financial sectors.  He spent four years at a blue chip Wall Street firm, where his experience also included patent and trademark litigation, and government regulatory matters, including SEC investigations and DOJ antitrust.

Prior to law school, Benjamin worked on Capitol Hill as a legislative aide for Representative Nick Rahall, III and prior to that as an economic/political researcher at the Embassy of Qatar.  He holds a BA in history from the University of Virginia and his law degree from Georgetown University Law Center.  As a Rotary Scholar, Benjamin spent a year studying at the American University of Beirut prior to law school.

Benjamin’s legal and research background provide the tools for asking precise questions, spotting the most important issues, and homing in on the most pertinent answers/solutions.  He has a deep interest in the Austrian School of Economics and closely follows global markets.

Jeremy Zogby, Partner

Jeremy has a diverse background including qualitative research and analysis, teaching social sciences at the secondary and college levels- locally and internationally.  He spent two years teaching world history and political ideologies at Metropolitan University in Prague.

While teaching in Prague, he also served as editor of the annual report for Forum 2000, a think tank founded by Czech legend and former President Vaclav Havel.  As editor, he worked directly with the leadership that produced the Velvet Revolution.  He continues to teach social science seminars part-time at Pratt Institute.

After leaving his full-time teaching career, Jeremy began working in data analytics at a large financial institution where he designed visual reports to discover and clearly display patterns/trends within large data sets.  He holds an MA in history-education from Union College and a BA in history from Utica College.  He is a voracious reader on economic, political, and cultural trends, and an avid rock and blues drummer in his spare time.