Kirsten Powers

Kirsten Powers

Fox News Political Analyst and Columnist for The Daily Beast, New York Post & USA Today

A FOX News political analyst and columnist for the The Daily Beast, Kirsten Powers brings a unique perspective to her commentary from her real-world experience working in politics and business. The Women's Media Center has called her "powerful" and "a trailblazer." Powers is also a member of USA Today's Board of Contributors where she writes on politics, culture, women's rights/feminism, and faith.

Kirsten Powers' political career began answering phones for Bill Clinton?s 1992 presidential campaign. Following his win, she joined the Clinton-Gore transition team. She landed at the White House in 1993 where she moved quickly through the ranks to become Deputy Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Public Affairs. After serving as America Online's Vice President of International Communications, Powers returned to politics as Press Secretary to Andrew Cuomo's 2002 governor's race before turning to political commentary and writing.

Since joining FOX News in 2003, Powers has been featured on the O'Reilly FactorSpecial Report with Bret BaierFox News Sunday, and other FOX programming. Powers provided 2008 election coverage from the primaries to the inauguration of President Barack Obama. She covered election night for the 2010 mid-term elections and 2012 GOP primary. Her writing has been published in the Wall Street JournalUSA Today, the New York ObserverThe Daily BeastThe New York Post, and Ellemagazine.

Known for providing independent-minded analysis and insight on the cultural and political issues of the day, Powers pierces through partisan rhetoric and gives the honest analysis Americans desire in a political and media environment that has become increasingly divisive. A coveted keynote speaker, Powers delivers timely, insightful talks, performed with same real-world relevance that has propelled her successful career.



2015 National Lawyers Convention

2015 National Lawyers Convention

The Role of Congress

The Mayflower Hotel
Washington, DC 20036
Speakers:
Sandra AistarsAkhil Reed AmarJohn S. BakerCarlos T. BeaHoward L. BermanKeith BlackwellFran├žois-Henri BriardSam BrownbackJames L. BuckleyMichael A. CarvinJames W. CeaserNeil ChatterjeeSalen ChuriEric R. ClaeysTom A. CoburnSteven CollotonEarl W. ComstockTom CottonJan CrawfordStephen CrimminsNathan DealChristopher C. DeMuthNeal E. DevinsColin DueckSteven J. DuffieldJohn F. DuffyFrank H. EasterbrookJohn C. EastmanW. Neil EgglestonRichard A. EpsteinMiguel EstradaLouis FisherBenjamin H. FriedmanRobert P. GeorgePhil GrammTodd P. GravesC. Boyden GrayMichael S. GreveThomas B. GriffithAndrew GrossmanRaymond W. GruenderOrrin HatchJeanne M. HauchTara HelfmanBrian H. HookMichael HunterEdith H. JonesEdward T. KangNeal K. KatyalBrett M. KavanaughF. Scott KieffStephen R. KleinAlex KozinskiWilliam KristolJoan LarsenAdam LaxaltRoslyn LaytonFrances E. LeeMichael S. LeeCraig S. LernerGordon LloydArthur LoevyTim LynchJohn G. MalcolmWilliam P. MarshallDavid MayhewJohn O. McGinnisFrank MedinaGillian E. MetzgerDavid B. MuhlhausenDiarmuid F. O'ScannlainDavid S. OlsonMichael S. PaulsenKaren Shaw PetrouTodd PettysRichard PildesBettina PoirierKirsten PowersScott PruittWilliam H. PryorRobert QuinnArti K. RaiA. Raymond RandolphNeomi RaoJohn N. RaudabaughPete RickettsDavid B. RivkinNicholas A. RobinsonMike J. RogersNicholas Quinn RosenkranzPaul RyanTuan SamahonBill SamuelWilliam L. SaundersMark SchneiderDavid S. SchoenbrodDavid B. SentelleDarpana ShethJerry E. SmithJames A. SonneDavid StrasGeorge J. TerwilligerMichael P. TremoglieJonathan R. TurleyMichael UhlmannJ.W. VerretJ.W. VerretEugene VolokhHans A. von SpakovskyScott WalkerMatthew Lee WienerGeorge F. WillRobert L. WoodsonRobert P. YoungPeter R. Zeidenberg
Topics: Federalism & Separation of Powers
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