Virtual Programming: Jennifer Palmieri inspires women to take action and shatter the glass ceiling with her empowering and optimistic feminist guide She Proclaims: Our Declaration of Independence From a Man's World
Political communications strategist JENNIFER PALMIERI has written She Proclaims, a follow up to her #1 NYT bestselling book Dear Madam President. Where her first book introduced a blueprint to succeed and the tools to prosper, She Proclaims gives readers the advice they need to to step out of a man's world and into their own. Palmieri celebrates the accomplishments and history of the women's movement, and inspires audiences to be subversive, courageous, and live boldly beyond the bounds of patriarchy. Through personal reflections and stories of other inspirational female leaders, Palmeri shares the key lessons she's learned from her journey to success. A shrewd political strategist with fresh insights on the presidency and elections, she has been a leading commentator on election primaries and voter mindset, from MSNBC to The Atlantic to Today.
A fantastic virtual event programming idea in this political year is to pair Palmieri's remarks with a book signing of She Proclaims. It is technically easy to digitally queue guests up in a book signing line and give them a few minutes in conversation with the author, who then personalizes inscriptions on books or bookplates to be mailed to each participant after the event. Some hosts are finding that mailing the book in advance to participants merges the tangible with the intangible and generates anticipatory buzz for their event. Audiences consistently praise Palmieri with comments such as: Jennifer's speech was funny and inspiring. She gave our crowd exactly what they were looking for - men included. (Hoosier Women Forward)
Political and Communications Strategist Jennifer Palmieri writes about politics and gender for Vanity Fair
JENNIFER PALMIERI is a regular contributor to Vanity Fair on issues of American politics, campaigns and the political circus in Washington, with a special spotlight on where it all intersects with gender. She was the Communications Director for the Clinton 2016 Presidential Campaign and White House Communications Director for President Obama, and is a contributor to Showtime's The Circus, a documentary series that pulls back the curtain on the presidential politics, revealing the stories behind the headlines. She is the author of She Proclaims: Our Declaration of Independence From a Man's World and number-one New York Times bestselling book, Dear Madam President.
Jennifer Palmieri is a writer and one of the most accomplished communications advisors in politics today. The author of the number 1 New York Times bestseller Dear Madam President, Jennifer was White House Communications Director for President Obama and head of Communications for the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign. She has been on the frontlines of American politics for 20 years and one of a few people with a hands-on, working knowledge of the complex media environment operating in the U.S. today.
Having served in the West Wing for 12 years under President Obama and President Clinton she has an unparalleled level of knowledge and experience in understanding how US Presidents operate and there is no one working in politics today with more experience in managing crises. She has held the positions of White House Deputy Press Secretary for President Clinton, national press secretary for the Democratic Party and press secretary for the 2004 John Edwards presidential campaign. As someone who worked on the campaign of the first female Democratic nominee, and been a communications advisor to women in the national spotlight, she has a unique perspective on how media and voters treat women in powerful positions.
After losing her sister to early-onset Alzheimer’s in 2017, she has written and spoken about her family’s experience in an effort to aid other families facing the same disease.
Her second book, She Proclaims: Our Declaration of Independence from a Man’s World will be published in July of 2021. She is also a guest host of Showtime’s The Circus and a contributing editor to Vanity Fair.