People-Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R-NY)
updated July 13, 2006
SOLUTIONS AMERICA PAC
575 8th Avenue |
New York, NY
(May 2006) Columnist and associate
editor for the New York Sun. President of Prides Crossing
Executive Communication. Served as Chief Speechwriter and Deputy
Communications Director for Mayor Rudolph Giuliani. Worked on Bill
Clinton’s 1996 presidential campaign. Graduate of Yale University,
1996. Author of Independent Nation: How Centrists Can Change American
Politics (Random House, 2004).
|Senior Policy Advisor and
(May 2006) Dickerson served
as a top aide to Bush-Cheney '04 finance chairman Mercer Reynolds and previosly
was chief of staff to Reynolds when he was U.S. Ambassador in Bern, Switzerland
through the first part of 2003. She and her husband, Larry, reside
in Plymouth, Michigan.
A founding Partner and Managing
Director of Giuliani Partners LLC. Chief of Staff to Mayor Giuliani
from 1999 to 2001. Appointed Deputy Chief of Staff in 1996; joined
the Administration as Director of the Office of Appointments. Deputy
Director of Field Operations on Giuliani's successful 1993 mayoral campaign.
|Senior Advisor/"Chief Strategist"
||Anthony V. Carbonetti
Press Secretary for Mayor Giuliani,
announced June 7, 1999. Director of Public Affairs at the Mayor's
Office of Emergency Management. Press Secretary on the Mayor's 1997
re-election campaign. Spokeswoman for the NYC Department of Information,
Technology and Telecommunications, 1996-97. Reported on City Hall
for WNYC Television and wrote for Lifetime Cable Television. Worked
as an advertising copywriter. B.S. degree from the University of
(Joined Giuliani Partners
in Spring 2003) Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy to the Senior
Advisor (Karl Rove), Jan. 2001-Dec. 2002. Deputy Director of Strategy
on Bush's 2000 presidential campaign. Managing Director and
Principal at the Washington lobbying firm of Barbour Griffith & Rogers,
1995 through April 2000. Executive director of the Republican Governors
Association 1991-95. Southern director at the RNC through 1990.
Managed Congressman Alec McMillan (R-NC)'s 1986 re-election campaign.
Worked for Congressman Trent Lott. Executive director for Mississippi
Reagan/Bush ‘84. Political director for the Mississippi Republican
Party. Field organization director for Haley Barbour's unsuccessful
1982 U.S. Senate bid. Field representative on the Reagan/Bush 1980
campaign. Attended University of Mississippi )eventually received
B.A. in Liberal Studies from Georgetown University). Born and raised
in Yazoo City, MS.
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