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Todd DeLorenzo

Background: Todd is a political strategist and advisor who began his 20-year Washington, DC career at The White House in the Clinton Administration working for the former White House Chief of Staff, Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and Secretary of Defense, Leon Panetta. From there, he spent ten years as the business manager and chief of staff for political personalities and strategists, James Carville, former senior political advisor to President William J. Clinton, and Mary Matalin, former Assistant to President George W. Bush, and Counselor to Vice President Richard Cheney. During that time, Todd launched an international political consulting firm, running and winning presidential elections in Argentina, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Israel, Trinidad and Tobago and Mexico. Todd also spent five years as the Chief of Staff to former Secretary Dan Glickman in his role as Chairman and CEO of the Motion Picture Association of America, Inc., handling the transition from previous chairman and CEO, Jack Valenti.


Todd has sold four television concepts to HBO, Lifetime Television, MTV, and Sony Pictures. His last concept, Hound Dogs went to pilot in 2011. DeLorenzo has worked on nine best-selling books on politics and is currently writing a book due out in 2016. In 2007, Todd was named one of Washington's "Top Politicos" by Politico Magazine, and was named to Capitol File Magazine's "Top Men in Arts, Culture, and Style." He has guest lectured at The Graduate School of Political Management at The George Washington University and created three graduate level courses for the university. Todd graduated Magna Cum Laude from Curry College in Milton, Massachusetts.


Expertises: Todd is an experienced political strategist. For the past 7 years, Todd has run his own consulting and production company with clients such as the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC), the only DC think tank devoted to bipartisan solutions, which was launched by the former Senate Majority Leaders: Baker, Daschle, Dole, and Mitchell, and Palantir Technologies, one of the nation's leading data analysis companies, which has been credited with helping identify the whereabouts of Osama Bin Laden prior to his capture and kill. He has also consulted for the non-partisan think tank, No Labels.

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