Quinn Staudt

Quinn is a founding principal at Standard Practice. Prior to his time at Standard Practice he served as the Director of Public Engagement for the Governor of New York, working in New York City as a part of the Executive Chamber. While with the State of New York, he played an integral role on a number of infrastructure projects including JFK, and Laguardia airport reinvestment and improvement projects. The opening of both the 2nd Avenue Subway and Moynihan Train Station. He also helped deliver the state’s $15 minimum wage plan and NYS Free College Tuition policies. 

Earlier in his career, Quinn worked on Barack Obama’s first presidential campaign. Starting in Iowa as a field organizer and concluding as Deputy Field Director for the state of Pennsylvania. He went on to serve in the Obama Administration for six years, holding positions at the Department of Commerce, as a part of the Executive Office and as a Public Liaison and Program Officer at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration. Eventually taking a role at the White House within the Executive Office of the President, at the Office of National Drug Control Policy as Deputy Director for Intergovernmental and Public Policy. Originally from Wisconsin, he currently lives in Manhattan with his partner Megan and dog Ralph.