Public Relations / Advertising / Political Strategy / Consulting / Sports Marketing

Antjuan Seawright

Antjuan Seawright

Founder & CEO

Antjuan has led many extensive grassroots and strategic efforts for political clients at the national, state and local level. He has advised campaigns for Governors, US Senate, US Congress, State Legislature and other down ballot races. He also worked for the 2008 and advised the 2016 Presidential Campaigns for Hillary Clinton, as well as the Democratic National Committee (DNC), Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC), South Carolina Democratic Party, New York State Democratic Party and the South Carolina State Senate Democratic Caucus. He serves as the senior strategist for Protecting Our Vote (POV).  He also serves as Senior Advisor to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) and Chairwoman for the 2020 election cycle.  He was recently named Senior Advisor to the Democratic National Committee (DNC),

Additionally, he has also managed corporate, non-profit, governmental, and sports marketing clients throughout his career.

Antjuan is a Buzz Feed News, The opinion writer/contributor and a CBS News political contributor.

He has previously appeared frequently on Fox News, Hill TV and MSNBC and is often quoted in multiple national print and online media publications.

He also hosts “Insight with Antjuan Seawright” a weekly radio show based in South Carolina.

Antjuan is a 2008 graduate of Winthrop University, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Marketing and a 2010 graduate of Webster University where he received his Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA). Seawright is also a graduate of the Governor Dick Riley Institute at Furman University (2012) and of the Congressional Black Caucus Institute for Political Education and Leadership Training in Washington, DC (2012).

Antjuan has been awarded both locally and nationally for his active involvement in the community.  He serves on the board of directors for a number of organizations.