About Tom Schreibel

Tom Schreibel

Tom Schreibel


locationMadison, WI




Tom Schreibel is a Partner at Michael Best Strategies, where he serves as head of the Madison office while helping clients navigate the Wisconsin state government, political, and business environments. Having over 30 years of experience in the public and private sectors, Tom’s broad expertise comprises political campaigns, lobbying initiatives, congressional and state policymaking, and business development.

Prior to joining Michael Best Strategies, Tom served as vice president of government and industry affairs at Sheehan Family Companies, a national beverage distribution company. There he developed and executed strategies surrounding the company’s business practices, tracked relevant policy activity for 15 state legislatures and Washington, D.C., and managed relationships and communication with industry leaders, legislators, and elected officials.

Tom’s Expertise: Government Affairs, Public Policy, Public Affairs, Campaign Management, and Legislative & Executive Processes

Tom was previously chief of staff and committee professional staff member for Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner Jr., the former chairman of both the House Judiciary Committee and House Science Committee. For 28 years, Tom oversaw Congressman Sensenbrenner’s Washington, D.C. and district offices, supervising legislative, political, communications, and campaign strategies, and advising the congressman on all aspects of office policy. In this role, Tom designed the approved 2000 Wisconsin congressional redistricting plan. While working with Congressman Sensenbrenner, he also served as district director and scheduler.

Tom was elected RNC National Committeeman for the state of Wisconsin in 2018, where he was asked to serve by Governor Scott Walker (R-WI). In this role, Tom leads the Wisconsin Republican Party at the national level, working with other committeemen and women in coordinating efforts to win and retain seats up and down the ticket.






Government Affairs
Public Policy
Public Affairs
Campaign Management
Legislative & Executive Processes