“On Behalf of the President: Presidential Spouses and White House Communications Strategy Today” by Dr Lauren Wright
Dr Wright explains and measures the impact of the expanding role of presidential spouses in the White House. As well as Presidential campaigns, with a focus on the Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations. The ever evolving role of the first lady over time from White House hostess to presidential adviser has been documented in historical narratives and news articles, the tremendous responsibility placed on her office to communicate the president’s message and shape his public image has received little attention.
Dr Lauren Wright graduated from Wake Forest University in 2010, received her Ph.D. in Government from Georgetown University in December 2014 where she majored in American politics and political methodology. Lauren is also a board member of the White House Transition Project, a non-partisan group of scholars, journalists and policy experts whose combined efforts aims to ensure a smooth presidential transition every four years.
Bio and Book info at http://www.laurenawright.com/
VERSE: “Let everything that has breath praise the LORD” Psalm 150
QUOTE: “A person who loves his job, will never work a day in his life.”
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