Noam Neusner is an experienced communications strategist, speechwriter, journalist, and author. He is the founding principal of 30 Point Strategies, which focuses on strategic communications, speechwriting, media relations, and policy-specific writing. Neusner works directly with CEOs of large corporations, heads of major philanthropic foundations, and opinion leaders across a wide spectrum of academia, journalism, and politics. In addition, Neusner has drafted and shaped opinion pieces that have run under his clients’ bylines in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and USA Today.
Prior to starting his own firm, Neusner was President George W. Bush’s primary speechwriter on domestic policy matters, including tax relief, Medicare reform, energy, and the environment. He also served as Director of Communications and Strategic Planning at the Office of Management and Budget.
Prior to coming to the White House, Neusner was a journalist for well over a decade, working at the Tampa Tribune, Bloomberg News, and U.S. News and World Report.