Brittney Kerr is firmly entrenched in municipal and federal politics. As if her day job weren’t enough—as a government-relations consultant representing everyone from non-profits to Fortune 500 companies—Kerr’s volunteer positions include sitting on the executive board of Vision Vancouver and serving as B.C. chair of the federal Liberal party’s policy committee. Her goal: change the way young British Columbians view politics.
Caleb Bonham decided to pursue a career in media and politics after being inspired by listening to the Rush Limbaugh radio show. His first big hit came while pursuing a career as a lobbyist, after a video he made mocking Sandra Fluke supporters at an Obama rally went viral online. Bonham went on to host the YouTube series “The Caleb Bonham Show” and recently moved to the Washington, D.C., area to take the position of editor-in-chief of Campus Reform. He is a frequent guest on the Fox News Channel and still hosts his award-nominated YouTube series.