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
Either there is a voice machine, or a maze one must wade through to reach the appropriate department or they might as well say fuck you. Sometimes nothing says anger like vulgarity.
I’ve called Social […]
How much are you worth? What are you basing your value on, and why?
Looking at thousands of blooming tulips recently at the Philadelphia Flower Show, I was amazed at the diverse beauty surrounding me: white and […]
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Freelancer, Equine Journalist
Going full-time was a long road, with several starts and stops, but it’s all good now! I’m in the middle of a huge […]
Whitney Hopler wrote a new post, Well-Being with Whitney: Saint Patrick as a Role Model, on the site Whitney Hopler 1 week, 6 days ago
This week people all around the world will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, which was inspired by the life of Saint Patrick, one of the world’s most beloved saints. I have Irish heritage (from the Shannon clan), so I […]
A night on the town, with an alive child, neglected and lifeless. Watching the rain glow on the corrupt streets, courtesy of the neon lights. Smoke levitating amidst the colored emission, staring back at his gaze. […]
A language astray from my native tongue. Naturally flourishing in the depths of my pensive manner. Constructing calculated insufficient arguments with myself. Then proceeding to look down on my past verbal […]
Treading on grounds of trepidation. Retrograde movement is a sedative, stimulating my emotions. Reminiscence reigns with sovereignty. Or tyranny, should I say. Sights I see trigger visions from yesteryear, […]
Those with gentle disposition only exist when they get the devil beaten out of them. Far and few between, not enough to relapse society astray the ailment of evil. Angels with damaged wings, crawling rather than […]
Inhaling toxins with prideful intention. Wasting hard earned currency and left-handed moving your proximity closer to death. How’s that for survivors guilt? Living with death day-to-day. Onyx lungs slowly beat to […]