WWSG exclusively represents an array of accomplished administration officials, all with their own unique blends of experiences that led them to the White House. These outstanding speakers lend insight to audiences in the forms of leadership coaching, management techniques, and of course, and insider's perspective about what it's like to participate at the highest levels of United States governance.
Marc Short served as Chief of Staff to Vice President Mike Pence from 2019-2020 and as Director of Legislative Affairs to the President from 2017-2018. Today, Short remains in close contact with the former Vice President as they work to preserve conservative values with Heritage Foundation, a think tank in the D.C. area. Short regularly appears on FOX News to discuss current tax-related issues and has taken a leadership role with the Coalition to Protect American Workers.
Mark Esper served as Secretary of Defense from 2019-2020 and Secretary of the Army from 2017-2019. Esper is known for establishing the Department of Defense Board on Diversity and Inclusion, which was tasked with providing recommendations “to improve racial and ethnic diversity and inclusion in the U.S. military.” Esper's keynotes draw from his corporate, military, and government experiences to inspire top-level leadership in all fields.
Seema Verma served as Administrator of Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services from 2017-2021. She is highly regarded for implementing new procedures within the organization that champion innovative medical technology and for advocating for a national centralized patient database. Today, Verma is on the board of directors for both Lumeris and Monogram Health and continues to advise on healthcare-related issues.
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May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, so it's only fitting to highlight the voices of some of the AAPI thought leaders WWSG represents. We are proud to give visibility to the valuable insights these accomplished leaders can offer global audiences!
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The Honorable Michael R. Pence, 48th Vice President of the United States, is known for gracefully advancing conservative policies with respect to limited government, fiscal responsibility, economic development, educational opportunity, and upholding the fundamental virtues of the U.S. Constitution. He is widely respected for his courage, resolve, and faithfulness to his country.
The former Vice President has recently joined Washington, D.C.-based think tank Heritage Foundation as a Distinguished Visiting Fellow, where he will work to lead the conservative movement into the future.
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"A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions." –Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.
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Greetings, everyone, from Rocky Mount, in Nash County, NC, where I have been spending time kicking off the school year here at North Carolina Wesleyan College, as their convocation speaker. This is a beautiful little campus, tucked away in tall pine trees. Being able to address young people on a college campus is a special treat. My words to the students are centered around the two most important days in a person’s life: the day one is born, and the day one learns why. I’m also sharing my top ten Bible verses for life. You can bet I won’t be invited to any progressive socialist campus, and be allowed to do the same.
When super PACs backing 2016 presidential candidates announced their hauls this summer, it was hardly surprising that the 67 biggest donors who gave $1 million or more together accounted for more than three times as much money as the 508,000 smallest donors combined. Even some candidates with poll numbers then down in the single digits—Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, Rick Perry—were getting more than three-quarters of their outside funding from donations of $1 million or more. Welcome to the campaign new normal, where a handful of wealthy donors can be the ticket to the debate stage, or a retired neurosurgeon could outspend sitting and former governors and senators.
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We’ve discussed here the actions of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and his warnings to President Obama. I believe Duterte was concerned about a Hillary Clinton presidency and an even weaker America. Duterte needs a strong America that reasserts its respect and regard in the Pacific Rim and thwarts the advance of communist China. Also, Duterte still has a very ingrained problem with Islamic jihadism… a bomb was just found in a garbage can outside the U.S. embassy there. But that’s not all…
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