- Former White House Chief Speechwriter
- Fox News Contributor
- Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Inst.
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- "Thank you for such a terrific presentation at our MY Journey program! It was everything anticipated and MORE. In the Q&A, you articulated the best strategy I have heard put forth yet for how the Republican Party can navigate successfully to a winning solution."
- Karen Campbell, Sr. Vice President, Marketing & Employee Development - The Siegfried Group
- “Your presentation received high marks from our participants. You covered everything from the lessons you learned at the White House, to practical tools our emerging leaders can use to structure an effective speech.... Because of your training, these legislators will return to their states better equipped to communicate their ideas and advance conservative principles. I know that some of our legislators were so impressed, they reached out to you following the workshop, and appreciated the advice and counsel you provided them."
- Frank Donatelli, Chairman - GOPAC
- "The debate was fantastic! There was a lot of good energy in the room and I thought the conversation was productive and interesting -- plus, not many of our guests get as invested in participating in the hissing and pounding as you did! A lot of people I've spoken with since the debate said that they thought you were persuasive, even if they disagreed with the content of your speech, and appreciated your accessibility at the reception following the debate. It was an excellent event, and we greatly appreciate your participation."
- Stephen Marsh - Yale Political Union