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Barron & De Pasquale Launch Partnership

News Release 

April 28, 2017    

Contact: Christopher Barron  

Right Turn Strategies  (202) 286 4533 cbarron@rightturnstrategiesdc.com   

Barron and De Pasquale Launch New Partnership
 

Duo Will Focus on Conservative Messaging and Media

 
(Washington, D.C.) - Two long-time conservative activists are launching a new partnership with a distinctly conservative focus. Chris Barron, who will lead Right Turn Strategies, which will focus on communications and government affairs, and Lisa De Pasquale, who will lead Bright Media, which will focus on social media and advertising, announced the partnership today.
 

"This is an exciting time in Washington and across the country for conservatives," said Barron. "We look forward to helping clients who share our values as they seek to navigate the complex modern conservative movement."
 

“The conservative movement has never been more important than it is today,” said De Pasquale. “In particular, the conservative media has grown immensely in its reach and its influence. We will offer clients an unparalleled level of knowledge and experience working with the conservative media.” 

“The conservative movement today is made up of a myriad of think tanks, opinion leaders, interest groups, elected officials, media outlets, and grassroots,” continued Barron. “Lisa and I understand how the conservative movement works and understand the messages that will resonate with conservatives.” 

“Chris and I also understand that the conservative movement is not monolithic; there are traditional ideological conservatives and libertarians, as well as a new powerful constituency emboldened by the election of President Donald J. Trump,” said De Pasquale. 

“We look forward to sharing our experience and expertise with clients who seek to advance policies that will help make America great!” concluded Barron.

Chris Barron 

Chris Barron is President of Right Turn Strategies, LLC. Before founding RTS, he was Director of Communications at Van Scoyoc Associates, served as the Director of Communications Practice at McDonald Hopkins Government Strategies, was President of CapSouth Consulting – a full-service communications firm – and was the co-founder and Chairman of the Board of GOProud. 

During the most recent campaign cycle, Barron was a media surrogate for the Trump campaign and the organizer of LGBT for Trump.  

Barron is a contributor to The Hill and The Guardian, is a regular on the Kennedy Show on the FOX Business Channel, and was a previous contributor to Breitbart News and the Daily Caller.  

Barron is a communications specialist with a successful history of communicating complex issues to conservative audiences. He has worked with a wide range of clients and represented individuals and interests across the political spectrum. Barron provides clients with comprehensive communications, government affairs, public relations, and media relations services. 

His previous client list includes trade associations, businesses, individuals, state and national political organizations and interest groups, as well as candidates and elected officials on the local, state, and federal level. Barron has helped to create media and public relations strategies for clients on a wide range of issues. His efforts and expertise allowed clients to position themselves effectively on the inside and outside of key policy discussions. Barron has assisted clients with brand development, issue messaging and message amplification, media content, media placement, crisis communication strategies, and much more.  Follow Chris Barron on Twitter @ChrisRBarron. 

Lisa De Pasquale 

Lisa De Pasquale is a writer and founder of Bright Media, LLC, a media consulting firm. She's a frequent guest on Fox News and Fox Business.  
 

She is the founder and Monday editor for Bright (www.GetBrightEmail.com), a daily email for women that focuses on culture, lifestyle, and national news. She writes a regular interview feature for Townhall.com and is a contributor to The Federalist. She was the director of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), where she oversaw all aspects of the conference from June 2006 to April 2011.
 

De Pasquale has authored articles for The Federalist, Washingtonian, The Daily Caller, The Washington Times, The Houston Chronicle, Townhall Magazine, Vice.com's Broadly, Breitbart, The Guardian, Human Events and the Tallahassee Democrat. In 2010, she was named a "Rising Star" by Campaigns & Elections magazine in their annual list of top political leaders under 35.
 

Follow Lisa De Pasquale on Twitter at @LisaDeP and on Instagram at @Lisa_DeP. ###