Kevin Bruns is an accomplished public affairs professional with 25 years of experience in senior policy and communications positions on Capitol Hill, with public affairs firms, and as a consultant. A highly regarded writer, he writes for a range of audiences and in a range of styles and formats, including research papers, policy analysis, articles, media statements, congressional testimony and Web copy.
An attorney, Kevin worked on Capitol Hill for ten years, where he held legislative and committee counsel positions, handling health care, education, tax, federal budget and banking. He served as executive director of America’s Student Loan Providers, a coalition of student loan organizations. In that capacity, he appeared on NPR, Marketplace radio and C-Span’s Washington Journal and was quoted widely on higher education financing issues. His strongest background is in health policy, education and the pharmaceutical industry.
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Recent Global Posts
What can you do when you need to say something, but feel like you can’t say it because other people will misunderstand and judge you for doing so?
Lately, my mind has been full of troubling thoughts about a […]
Whitney Hopler wrote a new post, Renewing Your Mind: Does Emotional Energy Attach to Places?, on the site Whitney Hopler 1 week, 1 day ago
Can the energy from people’s emotions expressed in specific places remain attached to those locations long afterward? That’s something I don’t claim to understand — but I certainly wonder about that, especially […]
I believe in lifelong learning and am grateful that there’s always something new interesting and valuable to learn each day we’re alive. We get to change our minds about what we think about anything up until our […]
Whenever I’m making significant decisions, I remind myself to consider each choice in light of how it will affect the legacy of my life overall. One day my life on Earth will be over — just as yours will, and the […]
April Michelle Davis was given recognition twice in the Winter 2015 edition of ACES Tracking Changes.
April Michelle and Editorial Inspirations were profiled, and April Michelle was accredited with her […]
You might want to consider having a copy editor on retainer.
Late last month, a judge of the 12th Ohio District Court of Appeals ruled that a parking ticket be overturned due to—wait for it—a missing comma. The […]