WASHINGTON, D.C. – DSPolitical Chief Technology Officer and partner Mark Jablonowski has been named one of “the hundred most influential political professions of the year” by the editorial board of Washington COMPOL magazine, a Spanish-language publication that focuses on advancing and strengthening the knowledge and skills of those who work in the political industry.
According to the publication, Jablonowski and those joining him on the list, are “an elite group of professionals who have achieved an unforgettable legacy and meritorious accolade” as political professionals. They will be honored on August 31 at the 2017 Napolitan Victory Awards in Washington, DC.
A progressive technologist with over a decade of experience, Jablonowski has overseen the company’s development of DemocraticAds.com, the award-winning self-serve voter targeted digital advertising platform. He has also overseen the develop of DSPolitical’s tech stack, helping it to become an industry leader in advertising audience targeting and automatization. Previously, Mark served as Chief Technology Officer at the Presidential Inaugural Committee and as IT special projects manager and regional IT director during President Obama’s 2008 campaign. Mark also co-founded Atlas Voter Protection, an online tool that the Obama campaign and the Democratic National Committee used during several elections to manage voter protection operations, both in the United States and abroad.
This is the latest honor for Jablonowski who was named “Technology Leader of the Year” by Campaigns & Elections magazine in April.
DSPolitical is the world’s leading voter targeted digital ad network having delivered several billion-voter targeted digital ads online and mobile devices. The company pioneers the best integration of data and technology to persuade audiences and deliver wins for progressive candidates, causes, and issues with the most efficient and effective digital advertising campaigns in politics.