Jenn Fogel-Bublick
B.A., University of Michigan; J.D., University of California-Berkeley

Capitol Counsel Staff

Jenn Fogel-Bublick is a partner with Capitol Counsel LLC. She has over 18 years of diverse experience, having worked on housing, insurance, banking and general financial services issues in the administration, on Capitol Hill, at non-profits and in the private sector.

Prior to joining Capitol Counsel, Fogel-Bublick was an executive vice president at McBee Strategic where she built an impressive financial services advocacy practice. With Capitol Counsel, she advises large financial institutions, including banks and insurance companies, as well as non-profits and trade associations. Fogel-Bublick provides strategic advice, policy and political analysis, and legislative advocacy on a variety of issues before Congress and regulatory agencies. Her expertise includes issues surrounding Dodd-Frank, flood insurance reform, housing finance reform, and housing appropriations. In addition, she is working to build and strengthen coalitions, managing and leading advocacy efforts of a large coalition on natural catastrophe insurance and risk.

Before joining the private sector, Fogel-Bublick spent over seven years as counsel to the Senate Banking Committee where she advised former Senators Paul Sarbanes (D-MD) and Chris Dodd (D-CT) on insurance, housing and lending issues. During her tenure she worked on the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act (TARP); the Housing and Economic Recovery Act (HERA), which included establishing a new regulator for the GSEs, modernizing the Federal Housing Administration and provided neighborhood stabilization and foreclosure relief funding; reauthorization of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA); flood insurance reform; housing voucher reform legislation; and many other legislative items impacting banking, real estate, insurance and housing.

Fogel-Bublick began her career in Washington, D.C. as a Presidential Management Fellow (PMI) at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. As part of that fellowship, she worked at the National Fair Housing Alliance and as a fellow on the Senate Banking Committee. She has also worked as legislative director at the National Low Income Housing Coalition and as a special adviser at Neighborworks America.

Fogel-Bublick received a B.A. from the University of Michigan and a J.D. from Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California at Berkeley. She is a member of the Maryland Bar.