About the Speaker
For years, Brian Fallon has worked as spokesman for several of the country’s top Democrats. He started as a press aide in 2004 on John Kerry’s presidential campaign. Fallon later served as campaign press secretary in 2006 to Senator Robert Menendez. He then became chief spokesman for Senator Charles Schumer until 2013, when he moved to the Justice Department and worked for Attorney General Eric Holder as director of public affairs. In 2015, Fallon joined Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign as national press secretary. He now works as a political commentator for CNN. Fallon also graduated cum laude from Harvard, where he covered sports for The Harvard Crimson.