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Roving Reporter #98: Shaun Kenney

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Ave Maria! Shaun Kenney is the executive director of American Life League, and is widely respected for his work in communications and social media. Shaun got started in pro-life activism as a volunteer worker in political campaigns. Eventually, he was running campaigns for pro-life candidates at virtually every level of government. In the mid-1990s, he worked for then-Virginia Governor George Allen as his liaison in Washington, D.C. and subsequently managed a series of mid-level political campaigns (for state offices). By 2000, Shaun was highly active in the effort to create the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives through The Empowerment Network and EDTEC, Inc, working inside America"s inner cities promoting entrepreneurship and individual opportunity. In 2006 he successfully ran the campaign of Rep. Marilyn Musgrave in a three way race, and in 2007 served as communications director for the Republican Party of Virginia under Chairman Ed Gillespie. Shaun has served at American Life League since December 2007. Shaun has appeared as a guest on ABC News, CBS News, Fox News, NPR and BBC; and his work has been featured in USA Today, The Guardian, Roll Call, The Hill, Politico, Townhall, RedState, Washington Post, The Washington Times, Time Magazine and the Denver Post. The author of a self-titled blog, Shaun also co-founded the Jeffersoniad Blog Alliance and Red Storm PAC, both focusing on social media campaigns within Virginia. Previous professional experience includes working as an analyst with several members of the defense industry and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. Shaun is married to his wonderful wife Melissa and they have five children. A Fourth Degree member of the Knights of Columbus, Shaun currently attends St. Joseph Catholic Church in Columbia, Virginia. Shaun Kenney is the executive director of American Life League and is widely respected for his work in communications and social media. Shaun received an early start in pro-life activism by volunteering then running political campaigns for pro-life candidates at virtually every level of government. His political experience began working for then-Virginia Governor George Allen in the mid-1990s, followed by a series of mid-level campaigns. By 2000, Shaun was highly active in the effort to create the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives through The Empowerment Network and EDTEC, Inc, working inside America"s inner cities promoting entrepreneurship and individual opportunity. In 2006 he successfully ran the campaign of Rep. Marilyn Musgrave in a three way race, and in 2007 served as communications director for the Republican Party of Virginia under Chairman Ed Gillespie. Kenney has served at American Life League since December 2007. Shaun has appeared as a guest on ABC News, CBS News, Fox News, NPR and BBC; and his work has been featured in USA Today, The Guardian, Roll Call, The Hill, Politico, Townhall, RedState, Washington Post, The Washington Times, Time Magazine and the Denver Post. Kenney is also the author of a self-titled blog and is co-founder of both the Jeffersoniad Blog Alliance and Red Storm PAC, both focusing on social media campaigns within Virginia. Previous professional experience includes working as an analyst with several members of the defense industry and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. Shaun is a Fourth Degree member of the Knights of Columbus, married to his wonderful wife Melissa, and has five children. Shaun currently attends St. Joseph Catholic Church in Columbia, Virginia. - www.all.org Ave Maria! To Download Audio go to http://airmaria.com?p=10391


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