Doug Sosnik has for decades advised a range of organizations and individuals on their critical issues. His clients have included the National Basketball Association, the Motion Picture Association of America, CNBC, The Rockefeller Foundation and The University of North Carolina.
He served as a senior advisor to President Clinton from 1994 to 2000, playing a key role in policy, strategy, political and communications decisions in the White House; his titles included Senior Advisor for Policy and Strategy, White House Political Director and Deputy Legislative Director. He has also advised over 50 U.S. Senators and governors.
Doug co-authored a New York Times bestseller, Applebee’s America: How Successful Political, Business and Religious Leaders Connect with the New American Community.
He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Duke University.
Despite being an increasingly divided country, most Americans can at least agree that they will be glad that this election is almost over. Regardless of who is elected president on Tuesday, the 2020 presidential election will be remembered as a referendum on Donald Trump, his presidency, and his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
By Doug Sosnik
01 November 2020
As we enter the final days of the 2020 election, the basic structure of the race remains largely the same as it has since the beginning of the summer. While Trump clearly had a better debate performance on Thursday night than his prior one, Biden did well enough that it is unlikely to impact the outcome of the race.
By Doug Sosnik
25 October 2020