Alexandra Preate is an independent business and
public relations consultant, Ms. Preate brings a unique combination of experience
to the non-profit world. Her New York-based company, CapitalHQ, works with a diverse
client base including high level government officials, Fortune 500 companies, Wall
Street firms as well as national and international media organizations. CNBC’s
Larry Kudlow has stated, “There is no one better at client service than Alexandra
Phil Brennan has been active in media and politics
for more than five decades. In Washington he served as press secretary for Gerald
Ford, then a member of Congress. Later he worked as Washington correspondent for
the National Review. He has had a stellar career at several publications as a writer
and editor. He is the author of many books including The Goldwater Story.
Barry Farber The National Radio Hall of Fame nominated
Farber in spring 2010 to its Pioneer: National category. Farber
is celebrating his 50th anniversary as a radio talk show host on September 18, 2010.
Over the years Farber's columns have appeared in the New York Times, Reader's Digest,
the Washington Post and the Saturday Review.
During the Korean War Farber served in the army as a Russian translator for American
military intelligence. After Soviet forces overwhelmed the Hungarian Freedom Fighters,
Farber volunteered with Catholic Relief to resettle Hungarian refugees in North
Carolina. The American-Hungarian Foundation honored Farber with its prestigious
George Washington Award in 2007.
Farber was included by TALKERS MAGAZINE among the top ten radio talk hosts of all
time. His peers named him "Talk Host of the Year" in 1991.
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