Noam Neusner draws on more than two decades of communications experience gained from working in the private sector, U.S. government, and as a journalist. This knowledge, combined with strong writing skills, allows him to help clients develop messages that shape opinion, inform the public, and achieve their goals.
Noam has extensive experience in speechwriting and preparation, media preparation and training, and strategic communications planning.
He served as President George W. Bush’s principal economic and domestic policy speechwriter for nearly two years. He managed all communications and media relations for the Office of Management and Budget and twice oversaw the editing and production of the federal budget.
He worked for nearly a dozen years as an award-winning financial journalist at U.S. News & World Report, Bloomberg News and the Tampa Tribune. Noam has co-authored or edited four books. In 2007, he was the visiting Walter E. Hussman Sr. Scholar in business journalism at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in Writing Seminars from The Johns Hopkins University.