NoMI Brand Ambassador ‘Class of 2012’ – Laura Schwartz

Laura Schwartz, author of the acclaimed book Eat, Drink & Succeed was the White House Director of Events for the Clinton Administration where she created and executed more than 1000 White House events including 12 State arrival ceremonies and dinners, America’s Millennium Celebration and NATO’s 50th Anniversary.  Prior to be named the Director of Events, Laura served as the White House Director of Television and the Midwest Press Secretary.  Today, Laura has a world renowned speaking series and appears as a commentator on CBS News and internationally on Good Morning London, the BBC World News and Sir David Frost’s “Frost Over The World.” In addition to her television appearances, Laura is the founder of White House Strategies,, and works with Fortune’s Top 50 and 500 companies, independent businesses, industry associations, universities and nonprofit organizations, teaching people of all ages how they too, can: EAT, DRINK & SUCCEED!

Get to know Laura a little better:

Name: Laura Schwartz

Twitter Handle: @lauraschwartz


Title: Author of Eat, Drink & Succeed! Professional Speaker and International Television Commentator

Sign: Aries

Neighborhood: Goldcoast

Favorite Band/Artist: P!NK

Red, white, or bubbly? Bubbly

What is your signature dish for a backyard barbeque? A Caprese Salad I make with ingredients fresh from that day’s farmers market!

To give back (community involvement/philanthropic efforts): Advocacy Board of the AHA, United Way, YWCA, Illinois School of Art

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