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Eric Schnure Adjunct Professorial Lecturer School of Communication

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Eric Schnure is an adjunct professor of Public Communication. A former speechwriter for Vice President Al Gore, who has been called one of Washington’s “most sought-after political humor writers,” he is a freelance writer and communications consultant. A graduate of Hobart College and the London School of Economics, Schnure started speechwriting for Gore in 1993. He served as a senior communications advisor and speechwriter to the head of NASA and as a deputy assistant secretary at HUD before starting his business, where clients include a former president of the United States and other prominent elected officials, Fortune 500 executives, leading non-profits, and popular entertainers.
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Photo: Genevieve Frye, left, Sarah Dohl, and Philip Zakahi in the Cannon House Office Building Rotunda. All three were students in AU's speechwriting course.

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Speechwriting as an Art, and a Job

Alums working in the political world share their experiences with Bob Lehrman and Eric Schnure’s speechwriting class.
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Photo: Genevieve Frye, left, Sarah Dohl, and Philip Zakahi in the Cannon House Office Building Rotunda. All three were students in AU's speechwriting course.

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The Wordsmith

Alums in the political world share their experiences with Bob Lehrman and Eric Schnure’s speechwriting class.
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