Carl Biersack

Carl Biersack

Biersack Government Relations Team

August 2012 | Fairfax Station, VA — Carl Biersack creates the Biersack Government Relations Team, LLC. and becomes its first Director. The Team provides lobbying and political consulting services before both the state and federal governments. 

Carl Biersack

August 2012 | WashingtonD.C. — Biersack began working with Senator Trent Lott in 1989 and was promoted to Legislative Director for the former Majority Leader.  In 1999, Carl went to work for Barbour Griffith & Rogers, a Washington, D.C.-based lobbying and public relations firm, as Director of Governmental Affairs, a post he held until joining Balch and Bingham where he was Director of Federal Government Affairs for the firm’s Governmental Relations Practice Group in July 2005.   

U.S. Senator, Trent Lott says "Both Senators and staff knew Carl would deal with their concern fairly, honestly and professionally. His word was respected. This was true both on the Hill and Downtown."

“Carl knows Washington, and Washington knows Carl” says William Stiers, Director of Balch & Bingham Government 

"His knowledge and expertise across a broad range of fields has always been impressive" Barbour Griffith Rogers' CEO's Executive Assistant said.

Biersack served as legislative director to Sen. Lott. During that time, he was directly associated with over 25 bills that eventually became public laws. He also worked with legislation and nominations under the following Senate committees: Energy and Natural Resources, Environmental and Public Works, Commerce, Science and Transportation, Budget, Appropriations and Armed Services. 

Before joining Sen. Lott, Biersack was associated with the U.S. Army for nearly two decades- first on active duty and then as a civil servant. While on the Army Secretariat, he won the Pace Award for extraordinary performance and was selected for the Congressional Fellow program.

In addition to serving clients, Mr. Biersack lectures annually on national security issues at the Defense Acquisition University
and political process at the Brookings Institution. He has also been a visiting instructor at the University of Mississippi and the University of Alabama's Law School.

Biersack received a bachelor’s degree from the Virginia Military Institute. He also has two advanced technical master’s degrees from the University of Southern California and Troy University. Carl is married to Virginia Ann Biersack and they have five daughters.