LaBolt co-founded The Incite Agency and currently manages the agency. He advises Fortune 500 companies, cutting edge brands and prominent causes on how to transform communications efforts to be more proactive and agile, defend organizations under siege and tackle significant consumer and policy initiatives. In 2015, LaBolt was named to PR Week's 40 Under 40 list of industry leaders who "get results, never settle and represent the future of communications." For over a decade he served as a communications strategist on campaigns at the city, state, and national level, on Capitol Hill, and in the White House. According to POLITICO, he was tasked with handling "tough questions" about "the most sensitive topics" at the White House and was one of the best sources "for intelligence on what the media are thinking and which story lines reporters are likely to pursue.” His prior work includes serving as the national press secretary for President Obama’s re-election campaign, press secretary for then-Congressman Sherrod Brown’s campaign for Senate, communications director for Rahm Emanuel’s first campaign for Mayor and White House spokesman for the efforts to confirm Justices Sotomayor and Kagan to the Supreme Court. He also serves as an adjunct instructor in crisis management at NYU's School of Professional Studies.