Michael Fitzpatrick, Google’s director for global strategy & innovation, global affairs, will join Brunswick Group in Washington on Dec. 6.
He will advise clients on regulatory and public policy matters related to emerging digital technologies and crisis management.
Prior to his three-year run at Google, Fitzpatrick headed regulatory advocacy, global law, and policy at General Electric.
Fitzpatrick developed strategy for emerging digital industrial policy issues affecting additive manufacturing, artificial intelligence, automated and unmanned aerial transportation, spectrum and the Future of Work.
He also served as a member of GE’s global government affairs and policy leadership team during his eight-year stint.
Fitzpatrick worked in the Obama White House as associate administrator, office of information and regulatory affairs, was a partner at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, and senior advisor during the Clinton administration for regulatory reform efforts.