Despite the fact that Hillary has occupied the political spotlight for decades, a common refrain is that Hillary remains unknown to voters. 52 Reasons To Vote For Hillary re-introduces Hillary to the American public and re-tells Hillary's life history including her experience as a public servant, but also as a daughter, wife, mother, and grandmother.
52 Reasons To Vote For Hillary is a resource not only for voters who haven't made up their mind, but also for Hillary supporters who need help articulating to friends, family, and colleagues why Hillary is the best candidate to lead America into the 21st century.
Bernard Whitman, CEO of Whitman Insight Strategies, is a brand and political strategist with 25 years experience advising some of the world's most powerful heads of state, Fortune 500 CEOs, issue advocacy groups and nonprofit institutions. A pollster to President Bill Clinton and Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Bernard has been involved in the past nine U.S. presidential campaigns.
Bernard leverages insight to shape public opinion and ignite action to win more votes for brands, causes, and elected officials. He pioneered the development of The Political Model to identify the "swing" consumer and the messages and touchpoints that can unlock additional votes for a brand or cause.
Bernard is a frequent television commentator with over 500 media appearances on networks including CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, ABC, CBSN, CNBC, and Fox Business. He provides winning strategic and communications advice to clients across the United States and around the globe.
Bernard graduated magna cum laude from Brown University, and is a former Peace Corps volunteer.
Brittany L. Stalsburg is a communications strategist and creator of the blog, Women Want To Be On Top. She is a Director at Whitman Insight Strategies where she has helped dozens of organizations, brands, and campaigns develop and refine their message to communicate with a variety of audiences.
Her work has been published in several academic journals and books and she is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Pollie Award for issue campaigns and the New York American Association of Public Opinion Research (NYAAPOR) Best Paper Award. She writes about gender and politics issues regularly for general media outlets including The Huffington Post and Bustle.
Brittany holds a PhD in political science from Rutgers University and a BA in political science and women's studies from Providence College.