Bryce Campanelli

Intern, Bipartisan Policy Center

Intern, Grow Smart RI

Intern, Rutherford Institute


Bryce Campanelli is an associate at Hamilton Place Strategies where he works with a diverse set of clients on a range of strategic communications and policy objectives.

Prior to joining HPS, Bryce interned at the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) where he worked on infrastructure policy and affordable housing. In this role he helped BPC develop policy recommendations for port and inland waterway infrastructure, evaluate the efficacy of public private partnerships in infrastructure projects, and analyze Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s affordable housing goals. Prior to this he worked at Grow Smart Rhode Island where he engaged with state level policy regarding sustainable economic development and urban renewal. He also worked at the Rutherford Institute supporting attorneys on numerous civil liberties cases ranging from issues of freedom of speech to overcriminalization.

Originally from Palmyra, Virginia, Bryce graduated magna cum laude from Brown University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and History and was inducted to Phi Beta Kappa.