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Kozlow Group’s Evan Kozlow joins Republican consulting firm Axiom

Kozlow, who has strong public affairs and political ties in both Florida and New Jersey.

Axiom Strategies announced it will be welcoming Evan Kozlow to Florida leadership operations.

The announcement came after Axiom’s acquisition of Kozlow’s well-established consulting firm, the Kozlow Group. Kozlow, who has strong public affairs and political ties in both Florida and New Jersey, has been chosen to lead Axiom’s Florida operation and will be based in the state.

Axiom Strategies founder and CEO, Jeff Roe, had this to say about Kozlow, “His depth of knowledge and skill set will serve our clients very well. I’m proud that a person of his experience and character has made the decision to join our team and we couldn’t be more pleased to see him come on board. We look forward to expanding our base in Florida and Evan will be a key component to doing just that.”

Kozlow was named “Rising Star” by Campaigns and Elections, and brings with him a background in business administration, with experience delivering proven management techniques to political and non-political non-profits. He also has valuable experience in advocacy and communications.

Kozlow, a deep-red Republican, served as Executive Director of the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) prior to founding the Kozlow Group. He also managed a non-profit with the mission of ensuring patients being treated for rare diseases have access to healthcare solutions.

A native New Jerseyan, Kozlow currently lives in Orlando with his wife, children and family dog.

“I am eager to join this team of outstanding political professionals that make up Axiom Strategies,” Kozlow said of his new opportunity. “I share Axiom’s commitment to excellence and am ready to get to work delivering victories for our candidates and clients in Florida and across the country.”

Axiom is one of the largest Republican political consulting firms in the country. The company touts an 85 percent win rate and credits its integral role in electing 78 current Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives, 10 U.S. Senators, and seven Governors.

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Melissa S. Razdrih is a Tampa correspondent for Florida Politics. Razdrih graduated with a Bachelor's degree from the University of Tampa in 2006 and went on to earn a Master's degree before switching gears to write professionally. Since then, Razdrih has been published in national blogs, like PopSugar, and local publications, like Tampa Bay Business and Wealth, on everything from self-care to cryptocurrency, but politics is her passion. Contact her at melissarazdrih@me.com.

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