Zack DiGregorio is deputy communications director for The Century Foundation and a political communicator with experience in the U.S. Senate, House, and in issue advocacy. Before joining TCF, he served as deputy communications director for then-assistant majority leader and HELP Committee chair Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) in the 118th Congress, helping guide her communications strategy through the Dobbs decision, and the passage of landmark, transformational legislation such as the Safer Communities Act, the CHIPS and Science Act, the PACT Act, and the Inflation Reduction Act.

Prior to that, he served as the national press secretary at Everytown for Gun Safety, the country’s leading gun safety organization, where he led federal communications and as senior communications associate at the Hub Project, working on a diverse array of democracy reform issues including filibuster reform and Washington, D.C. statehood, as well as the polling project, Navigator Research. Before coming to D.C., Zack served as press secretary for Representative Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ) in New Jersey, helping the office champion infrastructure projects, environmental protections, and investments in school breakfast programs.

Zack’s writing has appeared in national publications such as USA Today and the Washington Post, as well as local outlets the Star Ledger and the Arizona Republic. He is a go-to source for Capitol Hill and national reporters for questions on the filibuster, gun safety, and everything in between. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and hailing from the great state of New Jersey, Zack currently lives in Washington, D.C.