Tucker Eskew has helped lead opinion during some of the nation's most intense public debates. He played leadership roles in both Bush-Cheney campaigns and in 2008 was counselor to the GOP vice-presidential nominee.
He served as Deputy Assistant to the President from 2001-2003, heading Media Affairs and then Global Communications.
After 9/11, Tucker served in London as the President's wartime communications representative to No. 10 Downing Street.
Tucker began working in technology marketing and web communications in the mid-90s, when he co-founded an electronic commerce business and then started a South Carolina-based public relations and business-consulting firm.
He served eight years as Press Secretary to South Carolina Governor Carroll Campbell. Tucker began his career on President Ronald Reagan's 1984 re-election campaign.
Tucker serves on the boards of the Melanoma Research Foundation and Goodwin House Inc., he volunteers at St. Paul's Episcopal in Alexandria, Virginia, and he mentors students as a communication advisory council member at the College of Charleston. He graduated with a B.A. in Political Science (departmental honors) from the University of the South (Sewanee).