About the Author

Craig Berger has been interested in the Millennial Generation and its involvement in politics for several years. Craig received his BA in Political Science at Allegheny College in 2006. While there, Craig served as President of the Allegheny College Democrats in 2003 and 2004, organizing Democratic students and liberals on campus in support of John Kerry; Craig also was heavily involved in Allegheny Student Government, serving as a chief of staff to the President and the organization’s voice on technological issues on campus. Over the last three years, Craig was employed at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College in Residence Life.

Craig is currently pursuing a masters in Student Affairs in Higher Education at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Craig also writes at Future Majority, a website dedicated to youth progressive politics. He resides in Oxford, OH.


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Kevin Simpson
    Jan 05, 2010 @ 19:46:51

    Hi, Craig,

    I’m a reporter at the Denver Post working on a story about the state of youth activism in President Obama’s first year in office. I was wondering if we might be able to schedule a phone interview to talk about the tremendous youth turnout for the election and what has happened since then both in terms of young supporters continuing their activism on various issues and in terms of young supporters’ attitudes toward his job performance.

    Would you be willing?

    If so, please drop me an email with a time and phone number that would be convenient and I’ll give you a ring.

    Thanks for your consideration.

    Kevin Simpson
    The Denver Post


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