20+ years in Public Affairs and Strategic Communications
Published Author, "Climbing the Hill"
National Press Foundation Board Chairman

Amos is a connector. Known throughout Washington for his unique ability to bring people together, he connects the dots across stakeholders to foster meaningful connections. Amos thrives off the energy of a crowd; he is the ultimate people-person.

As a strategic communications expert, Amos increases clients’ visibility through sophisticated and nuanced positioning. He is a master of influencing conversations and making an impact in debates to bolster clients’ reputations.

Amos began his career on Capitol Hill working in a variety of communications roles in the U.S. House of Representatives, including as press secretary to House Majority Whip Roy Blunt. After, he co-authored "Climbing the Hill: How to Build a Career in Politics and Make a Difference,” a must-read for anyone looking for a career in politics or government service.

Additionally, he serves as the Chairman of the National Press Foundation board and chairs the foundation’s annual awards dinner.

Amos graduated from the University of Montevallo with a BA in Political Science. He currently resides in Capitol Hill with his family.

Little-known fact: In college, Amos once threw a party that featured Ludacris as the entertainer.