John Feehery

Washington DC

Born in Chicago, graduated from Homewood-Flossmoor High, Marquette University (BA) and Marquette University (MA), moved to Washington in 1989, worked for House Minority Leader Bob Michel, House Majority Whip Tom DeLay, House Speaker Denny Hastert, founder of the Theme Team while in the House, longest-serving spokesman to a House Speaker (according to the Congressional Research Service), Exective Vice President for External Affairs for the Motion Picture Association, Founder of the Feehery Group, now President of QGA Public Affairs, columnist for The Hill, blog at, married to Kerry Fennelly Feehery in Killarney, Ireland, father to Jack and Molly, have two holes in one and have run three marathons, Member of the Concerned Fathers of St. Peters School.

  • Work
    • QGA Public Affairs
  • Education
    • Marquette