Dear Friends, Colleagues, and Clients,
I am excited to let you know that I have accepted a position at Public Citizen, as Press Officer for the Coalition for Sensible Safeguards. CSS is a broad national coalition fighting for strong and effective regulations that protect hardworking Americans and middle class families.
I am, of course, thrilled at the opportunity to work for them – and very eager to put my knowledge and experience to good use on behalf of this vital cause. But there’s something else I want you to know:
First Person Politics isn’t going anywhere.
We’re going to continue to offer seminars, webinars, and presentations – in fact, three are already scheduled for January and February. We’ll still publish original research, reports, and analysis on our blog, to the email list, and in the members-only briefing room. We’ll stay active on our various social media platforms, especially Twitter. And we’ll remain available to visit with strategists and leaders, journalists and students interested in a political psychology perspective.
In short, First Person Politics will continue to serve as the leading political psychology resource for public affairs professionals. Since its inception, First Person Politics has excelled at that mission – and will continue to build upon that success.
Thank you for being part of it!
David L. Rosen
Founder and Senior Analyst
First Person Politics