Jonathan Collegio, senior vice president of public affairs for NADA, is responsible for the organization's communications and marketing efforts.
Collegio previously served as communications director for American Crossroads in Washington, D.C., the largest Republican "Super PAC." As one of the group's first hires, Collegio built its communications department and has been one of Washington's most quoted spokespeople over the last several years.
Prior to that position, Collegio served as vice president of strategic initiatives for the National Association of Broadcasters. There, he designed and implemented the television industry's multi-platform $1.2 billion digital television (DTV) transition public affairs campaign, and managed the DTV Transition Coalition of more than 240 organizations supporting the transition. He later directed grassroots lobbying for the broadcast radio and television industries.