Alexander P. Heckler is the founding and Managing Partner of LSN Partners. He assists clients in all aspects of government affairs and business-to-business sales, including: procurement, regulations, legislation, solicitations, contracts, negotiations, minority/small business certification, teaming and strategic planning. In addition to serving as Managing Partner of LSN Partners, Alex is partner at Llorente & Heckler, PA.
Alex has extensive experience in providing guidance to clients that perform business with airports, seaports, public transit agencies and with public-private partnerships (P3s). He assists several international companies with their US business activities.
A nationally recognized Democratic party activist, fundraiser and strategist, Alex is on the Governors Advisory Council of the Democratic Governors Association (DGA) and is their former Treasurer. He is also an Advisory Board member of the Democratic Lieutenant Governors Association, Democratic Council of Mayors and Democratic Municipal Officials (DMO), which has over 3,000 elected official members.
In addition, Alex has served on national and state finance teams for several campaigns including: Barack Obama (National Finance Committee), Hillary Clinton (National Finance Committee and Florida Finance Chair) and John Kerry (National Finance Co-Chair, Trailblazer Program) among many others. Recently, he served on the 2012 Obama National Finance Committee and was a Florida State Regional Co-Chair for Obama 2012. Mr. Heckler also served in the Office of the White House Press Secretary during the Clinton Administration and served in the Office of Senator Edward Kennedy.
He received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Miami and bachelor’s degree in Politics from Brandeis University. He recently began his tenure on the National Young Leadership Cabinet of the Jewish Federations of North America. In 2013, he kicked-off the Alexander P. Heckler Family/Governor Ann Richards Summer Political Internship Program at Brandeis University. This passion project will underwrite the summer political/government internship program of Brandeis University undergraduate students working in Washington DC.