Founder & CEO
Antjuan Seawright is the founder and CEO of;Blueprint Strategy LLC, a public relations, advertising, and political consulting firm based in South Carolina. He 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 advised the 2008 and 2016 Presidential Campaigns for Hillary Clinton. He has advised as the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC), South Carolina Democratic Party, Georgia State Democratic Party, New York State Democratic Party and the South Carolina State Senate Democratic Caucus and Protecting Our Vote (Democratic Super PAC). He served as Senior Advisor to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) for the 2020 election cycle. Seawright will continue to serve as Senior Advisor to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) for the 2022 election cycle and Senior Advisor to the Chair at the Democratic National Committee (DNC). Recently, he was named Senior Visiting Fellow at Third Way.
Additionally, Antjuan manages corporate, non-profit, governmental, and sports marketing clients.
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 Congressional Black Caucus Institute for Political Education and Leadership Training. 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.
Seawright is a CBS News political contributor, and he is also an opinion writer for The Hill, BuzzFeed News, BETNews.com and The Christian Recorder. He also hosts “Insight with Antjuan Seawright” a weekly public affairs radio show based in South Carolina.