Jeffrey A. Nesbit
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His prior positions include:
- President of The Shiloh Group—a strategic communications firm founded in 1992
- Head of communications for Citizens for a Sound Economy
- Associate Commissioner for Public Affairs at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for David A. Kessler;
- Director of Communications to former Vice President Dan Quayle at the White House;
- U.S. Senate press secretary
- Special assistant for public affairs to Secretary of Labor Elizabeth Dole in 1989 
- Washington journalist from 1981 to 1987, for Knight-Ridder 
- Reporter for newspapers in Virginia and South Carolina from 1980–1981
He is also a novelist.
Articles and Resources
- "National Science Foundation Announces New Director for Legislative and Public Affairs". "NSF press release" (2006-05-19). Retrieved on 2009-09-22.
- "". "Tyndale House". Retrieved on 2009-09-22.
- (article quoting nesbit). "New York Times" (1993).