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Mo Elleithee Wiki
Mo Elleithee is an American political campaign strategist. He is a Democrat and has served as spokesman for the Democratic National Committee, Hillary Clinton and other Democratic elected officials and organizations.
Mo Elleithee Biography
He went to Flowing Wells High School and later moved to Washington, D.C to attend Georgetown University, where he graduated with a degree from the School of Foreign Service in 1994. Later in 1996, he received his master’s degree in political management from George Washington University, also in Washington, D.C.
Mo is currently the executive director of the Institute of Politics and Public Service at Georgetown University. Since 2016, he has been a Fox News political contributor.
Mo Elleithee Age
He was born as Mohamed Elleithee on December 13 1974 in Tucson, Arizona, United States. Mo’s parents are Noura Elleithee and Aly Elleithee who migrated from Egypt.
Mo Elleithee Wife
Mo is married to his wife Talya Margalit Stein; the daughter of Roberta K. Stein and Michael R. Stein. Her father is a professor of mathematics at Northwestern University while her mother works as a publicist.The couple got married since 2007 at Torpedo Factory Art Center in Alexandria. They have one daughter; Sadie and they all live in Washington.
Mo Elleithee Fox News
Mo has served as a spokesman for Hillary Clinton, Democratic National Committee as well as for other various prominent Democratic elected organizational and officials. He Currently serves as an executive director of the Institute of Politics and Public Services. Elleithee worked for Bill Bradley’s primary campaign which was against the Al Gore in the year 2000. He later moved to Chuck Robb’s U.S. Senate campaign which was against the George Allen. After that, he went on to work for Tim Kaine and Mark Warner’s gubernatorial campaigns.
After the end of Clinton’s campaign, Elleithee got tapped to serve as the Democratic National Committee’s communications director, DNC. He held that position till the year 2015, when he decided to leave the party leadership to run Georgetown University’s new Institute of Politics and Public Service which he helped create. He now serves as the Executive Director. He is also a regular political contributor for the Fox News channel since 2016.