Ken Sunshine

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Kenneth Mark "Ken" Sunshine is an American public relations consultant. He grew up in Long Island and attended Cornell University. Sunshine started his career working for the ASCAP and then moved on to politics, serving as chief of staff for David Dinkins during his time as Mayor of New York City (1990-1993). After Dinkins lost the 1994 election to Rudy Giuliani, Sunshine started a public relations firm, Ken Sunshine Consultants, where he represented public figures, non-profits, and entertainers.

Sunshine's clients include Leonardo DiCaprio, Barbra Streisand, Ben Affleck, John Mayer, Justin Timberlake, Lance Bass, and several unions including 1199SEIU and the Transport Workers Union Local 100.[1][2][3]

Sunshine serves as Secretary of the Board of the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding.[4]

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