David Leibowitz

A consummate storyteller, David Leibowitz founded Leibowitz Solo in 2009. Since then, it has become one of Arizona and the Southwest’s “go to” public relations, political and crisis communication firms and won multiple awards as the state’s top PR agency.

David specializes in crisis communications, message development, earned media strategy and campaign development. His clients have included Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, Phoenix Mayors Phil Gordon and Greg Stanton, the Gila River Indian Community, Hacienda HealthCare, the Arizona Multihousing Associations, Arizona Public Service, the Hualapai Tribe, Arizona State University, the Arizona Fraternal Order of Police, the Professional Fire Fighters of Arizona, the Chukchansi Indian Tribe, the Arizona Coyotes hockey team and a range of successful political campaigns, including the No on 487, Yes on 100 and Yes on 124 ballot initiatives.

Prior to founding Leibowitz Solo, David wrote columns for The Trentonian newspaper in New Jersey, the East Valley (AZ) Tribune and the Arizona Republic. He also hosted radio shows for KTAR and KFYI (Arizona’s two largest news/talk stations) and did TV commentaries for KPNX (NBC Channel 12), KNXV (ABC Channel 15) and KTVK (Channel 3). He has been named Arizona’s best news columnist, best sports columnist, best feature columnist and best radio host and he’s covered the biggest stories in America, from political conventions to 9/11, the O.J. Simpson verdict to the Columbine shootings.

As creative director and vice president at Moses Anshell from 2005 to 2009, David led one of the Southwest’s leading ad agencies. From big clients – the Arizona Office of Tourism, U.S. Airways, Taser and Arizona Public Service – to non-profits like the Arizona Humane Society and New Global Citizens, David worked in advertising media from print to TV, radio to digital,
outdoor to PR to social media. His leadership helped Moses Anshell win more than 75 local, regional and national awards in four years.