At a glance.
Decision-makers are busy. Competition is fierce. More than ever, it’s harder to win a contract against an incumbent vendor. In fact, incumbent vendors use every tactic, tool and trick to retain business. Your product and service need to be twice as good. Your value-proposition needs to be clear, concise and immediate. Your service needs to be best-in-class.
And, whether you are competing against a 20-year incumbent vendor with $100 Billion in sales, or proposing a cutting-edge solution to a decision-maker not prone to change, without the perfect pitch meeting, nothing happens!
Without the perfect pitch meeting, you can’t sell anything and your busy customer continues to be over-charged, over-sold, inefficient, stuck in old-technology and no one wins. For 25 years, Lewis Strategic has been leading change, driving innovation, creating value and delivering cost-savings.
When you only get one chance to get it right!
Meet the Team
Working for you.
Kelly Lewis continues to strengthen his role as one of Pennsylvania’s recognized innovation leaders. His firm, Lewis Strategic delivers a focused set of services specifically designed to maximize client growth, innovation and integrated cost-savings.
His unique blend of clients is carefully selected to accelerate cost-savings, technology-adoption, competitive advantages and deliver best-in-class services to schools, hospitals, governments, non-profits and businesses. Also an active consultant to real estate investors, Lewis is a founding shareholder in several innovative start-up companies.
From 2005 to 2012, Lewis dynamically led the trade group for the technology industry in Pennsylvania, where he played a highly-visible role in shaping strategy for the Pennsylvania technology industry. His work remains embedded in legislation, budgets, and public policies advancing the technology, telecommunications and healthcare industries. Lewis led more than $25 million in workforce training and $22 million in advanced-broadband projects across the state. To speed needed innovation-infrastructure, Lewis founded the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Group representing the leading companies in energy, telecommunications, water/wastewater and transportation. The Group hosted annual Infrastructure summits with 500+ guests. For many years, Lewis hosted TechQuest TV, a vibrant 30-minute statewide TV program showcasing technology leaders across Pennsylvania.
From 2000 to 2004, Lewis served in the PA House of Representatives. In just four years, Lewis’ stellar legislative record includes the nation’s first and largest bill for external heart defibrillators (Automated External Defibrillators – AEDs), placing more than 3,200 AEDs in PA school buildings. He led passage of 3 major initiatives to change school-funding and the adoption of ad-hoc COLA for school retirees. Lewis prime-sponsored Pennsylvania’s Education Investment Tax Credit (EITC) law, anti-predatory lending law, and highway safety corridor zone law. His budget initiatives included the fund-balance cap on reserve balances and the multi-million growth supplement to aid fast-growing schools. His tort reform work against venue-shopping has saved billions since adoption. Lewis’ toll-equity effort at the Delaware Water Gap Toll Bridge cut tolls and saved residents and businesses $4 million per year.
In 2004, Lewis was the executive producer for the still widely-acclaimed jazz album, “The Reasons for Christmas Project,” featuring famous Pocono musicians Phil Woods, Bob Dorough, John Coates, Jr., Eric Doney, & Bobby Syvarth, as a highly successful fundraiser for Pocono Area Transitional Housing, Inc.
An attorney with an MBA and finance degree, Lewis served four years as the Monroe County Controller, overseeing its $110 million budget, financial operations, pension fund and annual audits. Here his efforts resulted in multi-million cost-savings, technology-advancement, and significant financial reforms that continue to benefit County taxpayers.
A twin, Lewis is a graduate of East Stroudsburg Area High School, where he served as class president. He continued his education at Bloomsburg University, where he earned a degree in Finance, and served as the student government treasurer. Lewis earned a law degree and an MBA (JD/MBA) from the Widener University School of Law. A 14-generation resident of Pennsylvania, Lewis resides in one of the oldest homes west of Susquehanna River in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.
Rebecca leads multiple projects at Lewis Strategic and played pivotal roles in several blockbuster wins.
Rebecca served as Manager of Government and External Affairs for Comcast from 2012 – 2016, where she was the regional lead for Comcast’s Internet Essentials program. Rebecca also produced hundreds of Comcast Newsmakers segments and led many other community investment initiatives.
Prior to Comcast, Rebecca served as the Vice President of Information Systems at Pennsylvania Legislative Services, where she managed the Capitol Toolbox and reported on all actions of the State Legislature. Rebecca covered House and Senate Session, committee meetings, hearings and press conferences for nearly ten years.
Rebecca is a board member of The KING Community Center in Harrisburg and a member of Women in Pennsylvania Government Relations (WPGR).