Alex Cornell du Houx, White House press conference for Operation​ Free, Truman National Security Project

Alex specializes in value-based strategic communications and leadership evaluation and implementation for social impact and public sector organizations.

Alex is currently working on a documentary and short videos on water security as it relates to climate change to educate lawmakers and the public. By creating empathy through storytelling, he aims to inspire community action, the media and lawmakers to combat climate change and promote water security. A short preview can be viewed here.

Alex is responsible for award-winning media strategies. The Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Intergovernmental Affairs at the White House said the guide to the Clean Power Plan he created for lawmakers was, “Huge. Seriously appreciate your efforts on this—and the messaging/points/examples are phenomenal.”

He is as a professional photographer and continues to shoot events, as well as operations for the Navy. He’s filmed, edited and produced videos for campaigns, businesses, nonprofits and for the Navy. He has organized and participated in press conferences at the White House, state capitols across the nation, and internationally – recently during the U.N. Paris Climate Change Conference.

Alex has appeared on NBC Nightly News, Good Morning America, NPR, international media, and countless local and regional outlets.  He blogs for the Huffington Post, and is published in Newsweek and numerous local papers.

Alex created countless messaging documents, media advisories, press releases, and speeches for Navy admirals and lawmakers and organizations. He is proficient at Photoshop and Premiere, as well as creating digital media. He has extensive knowledge in running social media campaigns, email platforms, and content management platforms. In addition, he has created, updated and managed websites.

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