Jennifer Palmieri was the director of communications for Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign. Prior to that, she served as the White House communications director for President Barack Obama. She was t he national press secretary for the 2004 John Edwards presidential campaign and also for the Democratic Party in 2002. She is currently president of the Center for American Progress Action Fund and frequently appears on television and radio.
With fascinating insight and daring optimism, DEAR MADAM PRESIDENT imagines an empowering new future for women. Jennifer Palmieri offers a fresh and inspiring perspective that will speak to women determined to a make a difference in the world. I didn't put it down. * Laurene Powell Jobs * Our first woman president, whomever she may be, will no doubt be wise and open enough to seek advice from the best in the business. The advice and insights Jennifer Palmieri has garnered from years on the frontlines of politics and life will make any leader better. * Maria Shriver * DEAR MADAM PRESIDENT is a book that every parent should encourage their daughters-and their sons-to read. * Cory Booker * With her searing honestly, Jennifer Palmieri writes about loss, despair, and that flicker of hope that keeps us getting up and striving day after day. America's first woman president should keep this book on her desk and read it every morning. * Nicole Wallace * A powerful, personal, and sometimes painful book written for any woman who has ever thought of becoming a leader. I hope it inspires more women and girls because their voices and their leadership are needed now more than ever. * Madeleine Albright * My book explained what happened and where we need to go from here. Jennifer Palmieri picks up the ball and runs with it in this book. It's about being a woman, working for a woman, and telling the stories of the personal and professional ups and downs that all women need to hear as we chart our individual and collective futures. * Hillary Rodham Clinton *