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Executive Director of the Hispanic Leadership Network
ABOUT JENNIFER S. KORN
Jennifer S. Korn is Executive Director of the Hispanic Leadership Network. Most recently the Hispanic Leadership Network co-hosted the CNN presidential debates bringing the Hispanic center-right voice to the forefront of the Republican debates. Jennifer Korn is a trusted and leading voice for the center-right Hispanic community, regularly providing insight for outlets such as The Washington Post, Associated Press, CNN, Fox News and The New York Times.
Previously, Ms. Korn served in the George W. Bush Administration as Director of Hispanic and Women's Affairs in the White House Office of Public Liaison, as well as Senior Advisor to the Attorney General at the U.S. Department of Justice. Prior to her public service, Ms. Korn was National Hispanic Director and Southwest Coalitions Director on President Bush's 2004 re-election campaign. As such, she developed and supervised the implementation of the strategy that resulted in President Bush receiving 44% of the Hispanic vote. Ms. Korn was born in East Los Angeles and is the first in her family to attend college. She is a military spouse.
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Insight on the policy issues that are important to center-right Hispanics.
o Jobs and economy
o Military Families
Analysis from the center-right on the country’s current broken immigration system and commentary on the path to policy solutions.
Analysis on the growing strength of the Hispanic vote. She also provides commentary on the key issues at stake for the Hispanic community during the Republican primaries.
Insight on Hispanics as a growing part of the conservative movement, and how conservatives will continue to attract build momentum beyond 2012 through a sustainable grassroots movement.
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