A veteran of large-scale issue campaigns focused on education and public policy, Ted Eismeier has provided strategic communications counsel to institutions of higher education, entrepreneurs, and nonprofit organizations focused on improving quality, efficiency, and student outcomes in education.
He brings extensive experience in media strategy, message development, integrated marketing and communications and public affairs. With expertise in preK-12 and higher education, his work has run the gamut from helping four-star generals reframe the debate on school lunches as a national security issue to advising private colleges on the doorstep of major policy changes. He has helped nonprofits and advocacy organizations like the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards and the American Council on Education develop new communications initiatives and engage external stakeholders in their work.
Ted is a resident of Washington, DC and a graduate of Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio, with a B.A. in history. In the community, he serves as a fellow with the Board of Trustees at Paul Public Charter School, a top-tier charter middle and high school that emphasizes liberal education and international study.