David Chrisinger is an award-winning Communication and Veteran Transition Specialist who believes everyone has a story that needs to be told. To that end, he teaches a veteran reintegration course at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point to help his students tell their stories of life in the military, war, and coming home. He also edited a collection of essays, See Me for Who I Am, that brings together 20 student veterans working to bridge the cultural gap that divides them from the American people they fought to protect.
David also teaches public policy writing to graduate students in the Master of Public Policy program in the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University and wrote Public Policy Writing That Matters, a book for anyone passionate about using writing to effect real and lasting change. Lastly, he serves as a Senior Communication Specialist at the U.S. Government Accountability Office, where he helps write informative and persuasive policy reports for the United States Congress.
Whether it’s public policy — or something more personal — David can help you say what you need to say.