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Mark Fabiani
Special Counsel to the President

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Mark Fabiani joined the Chargers in 2002. His primary function is to work with the greater San Diego community to explore opportunities for a new state-of-the-art football stadium in the San Diego region.

Since joining the Chargers, Fabiani and his La Jolla-based firm, Fabiani & Lehane LLC, has taken the lead in working with taxpayers and fans to create a publicly-acceptable solution to the stadium issue. He also has managed the grassroots effort to solicit ideas from the community.

In 2000, Fabiani served as the deputy campaign manager for communications and strategy for former Vice President Al Gore’s presidential campaign — the closest presidential election in modern history. He was responsible for coordinating the campaign’s communications and media strategies and tactics, including the Vice President’s post-election Florida vote count effort. Fabiani also served as the campaign’s chief spokesperson, appearing daily on national television broadcasts.

Prior to serving under Gore, Fabiani held the position of special counsel to President Bill Clinton from 1994 through the ’96 presidential campaign. Fabiani provided legal, communications and political counsel to the President and First Lady of the United States on allegations and investigations of White-water and other related matters. As part of his duties Fabiani produced and communicated the legal, legislative, and political responses to inquiries from the media, Capitol Hill and investigative agencies. In this role, Fabiani also served as the White House’s principle spokesperson before the national media, appearing regularly on major news shows.

Fabiani’s experience with complex problem resolution also includes four years of service as deputy mayor of Los Angeles and chief of staff to Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley. In that post, he managed political strategy, media relations, policy analysis and an executive staff of 129 for the mayor. Fabiani directed day-to-day interaction between the mayor’s office and the media, general managers of city departments, the City Council, and the city’s principle private sector companies and public sector institutions.

Fabiani, who graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1982, also has served in senior positions at the United States Department of Justice and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. As a deputy assistant attorney general at the Justice Department, he was responsible for policy development for the Attorney General. As deputy assistant secretary at HUD, Fabiani implemented the federal government’s Empowerment Zone Initiative for urban revitalization.

Fabiani’s firm, Fabiani & Lehane LLC, provides strategic advice and tactical execution to companies and individuals facing complex financial, marketing, communications and legal challenges.

Fabiani was born in Ellwood City, Pennsylvania. He earned a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the University of Redlands. Fabiani and his family have resided in the San Diego area since 1996.

Mark Fabiani joined the Chargers in 2002. His primary function is to work with the greater San Diego community to explore opportunities for a new state-of-the-art football stadium in the San Diego region.

Since joining the Chargers, Fabiani and his La Jolla-based firm, Fabiani & Lehane LLC, has taken the lead in working with taxpayers and fans to create a publicly-acceptable solution to the stadium issue. He also has managed the grassroots effort to solicit ideas from the community.

In 2000, Fabiani served as the deputy campaign manager for communications and strategy for former Vice President Al Gore’s presidential campaign — the closest presidential election in modern history. He was responsible for coordinating the campaign’s communications and media strategies and tactics, including the Vice President’s post-election Florida vote count effort. Fabiani also served as the campaign’s chief spokesperson, appearing daily on national television broadcasts.

Prior to serving under Gore, Fabiani held the position of special counsel to President Bill Clinton from 1994 through the ’96 presidential campaign. Fabiani provided legal, communications and political counsel to the President and First Lady of the United States on allegations and investigations of White-water and other related matters. As part of his duties Fabiani produced and communicated the legal, legislative, and political responses to inquiries from the media, Capitol Hill and investigative agencies. In this role, Fabiani also served as the White House’s principle spokesperson before the national media, appearing regularly on major news shows.

Fabiani’s experience with complex problem resolution also includes four years of service as deputy mayor of Los Angeles and chief of staff to Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley. In that post, he managed political strategy, media relations, policy analysis and an executive staff of 129 for the mayor. Fabiani directed day-to-day interaction between the mayor’s office and the media, general managers of city departments, the City Council, and the city’s principle private sector companies and public sector institutions.

Fabiani, who graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1982, also has served in senior positions at the United States Department of Justice and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. As a deputy assistant attorney general at the Justice Department, he was responsible for policy development for the Attorney General. As deputy assistant secretary at HUD, Fabiani implemented the federal government’s Empowerment Zone Initiative for urban revitalization.

Fabiani’s firm, Fabiani & Lehane LLC, provides strategic advice and tactical execution to companies and individuals facing complex financial, marketing, communications and legal challenges.

Fabiani was born in Ellwood City, Pennsylvania. He earned a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the University of Redlands. Fabiani and his family have resided in the San Diego area since 1996.

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