Dee Dee Myers

  • Former White House Press Secretary
  • Political Analyst and Commentator
  • Contributing Editor, Vanity Fair
  • Bestselling Author, Why Women Should Rule the World

Dee Dee Myers served as White House Press Secretary during President Clinton's first term, making her the first woman, as well as being the second-youngest to hold that position. During her tenure, she gained unique insights into the special challenges women face both in politics, and leadership positions outside the political world. Today she is a sought-after political analyst and commentator, and a contributing editor to Vanity Fair. Her lectures on politics, the media and women’s issues have garnered Myers high praise: "Everyone loved her, she was fabulous and so inspiring." (Yahoo! Inc); "You did an outstanding job!" (Accenture); "Dee Dee was wonderful. We pulled in such a large crowd we had to keep adding chairs!" (Associate Alumnae of Douglass College)

 
  

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Everyone loved her, she was fabulous and so inspiring, they were all saying they wish she would have had more time to spend. She truly was amazing.

These Groups Have Hosted Dee Dee Myers
  • The Jewish Federation of Hartford
  • Jewish Federation of Cleveland
  • Planned Parenthood of South Florida and the Treasure Coast
  • Texas Hospital Association
  • Jewish Federation of NENY
  • –Marquette University
  • Racine Area Manufacturers and Commerce
  • Heidi Miltun, Business & Professional Women of Summit
  • Western Riverside Council of Governments General Assembly
  • Annie's List
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In the Belly of the Beast

In a style that audiences have described as sharp, funny and unusually honest, Dee Dee Myers offers her unique perspective as the first woman and the second youngest Press Secretary in United States history. ...

In a style that audiences have described as sharp, funny and unusually honest, Dee Dee Myers offers her unique perspective as the first woman and the second youngest Press Secretary in United States history.

Why Women Should Rule the World

Reflecting on her own path-breaking career experiences, Dee Dee Myers surveys the issues facing women in Washington, as well as other leadership roles. She challenges audiences to imagine a not-too-distant future in which increasing numbers of women reach the top ranks of politics, business, science ...

Reflecting on her own path-breaking career experiences, Dee Dee Myers surveys the issues facing women in Washington, as well as other leadership roles. She challenges audiences to imagine a not-too-distant future in which increasing numbers of women reach the top ranks of politics, business, science, and academia. Sharing moments from her tenure in the Clinton administration and her work as a political analyst, media commentator, and former consultant to NBC's The West Wing, Myers assesses the crucial but long-ignored strengths that female leaders bring to the table. "Women tend to be better communicators, better listeners, better at forming consensus," Myers argues. She explains that in a highly competitive and increasingly fractious world, women possess the kind of critical problem-solving skills that are urgently needed to break down barriers, build understanding, and create the best conditions for peace.

Inside the Beltway

Dee Dee Myers' experiences have spanned such historic events as the signing of the Mideast peace accords in 1993 to the passage of President Clinton's economic plan. Today, she continues to be a sought-after voice in the political arena, offering a robust perspective inside the beltway as she addres ...

Dee Dee Myers' experiences have spanned such historic events as the signing of the Mideast peace accords in 1993 to the passage of President Clinton's economic plan. Today, she continues to be a sought-after voice in the political arena, offering a robust perspective inside the beltway as she addresses the challenges facing the country, including healthcare, the economy, foreign policy, and more.

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