John Neurohr is the Founder and Principal Consultant of Clear Point Strategies. He is formerly the Communications Director at Keystone Progress, a multi-issue statewide progressive organization, and the National Communications Director for ProgressNow, a network of 22 state-based communications organizations that conduct year-round, hard-hitting activities for progressive political and policy changes. Prior to joining the ProgressNow family, John was the Communications Director for America Votes and, before that, a Strategic Communications Manager and Deputy Press Secretary at DC’s leading progressive think tank, the Center for American Progress.
He holds a master’s degree in Political Management from the George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management, where he was a University Fellow, and a bachelor’s degree in Television-Radio from Ithaca College, where he was a Leadership Scholar.
John has written opinion pieces that have appeared in a number of publications including the Baltimore Sun, the Harrisburg Patriot News, AOL News, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and the Philadelphia Inquirer, among other outlets. He has appeared as a guest on numerous radio programs across the country to discuss news, politics and media and previously produced the nationally-syndicated “The Inside Story with Anna Marie Cox” and co-hosted “The Progressive Beat” on XM Satellite Radio.
John lives in Valencia, PA with his wife Andrea, son Josh, and their first-born, Bailey the beagle.
- Member, Board of Directors, Vision for a Better Community PAC, Board Secretary
- Graduate, Midwest Academy Organizing Training Program – Organizing for Social Change
- Producer, The Inside Story with Ana Marie Cox, Air America Radio
- Producer/Host of XM Radio’s Progressive Beat
- Published writings in: Baltimore Sun, Huffington Post, The Harrisburg Patriot-News, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Huffington Post and others
- On-air guest on a number of radio shows, including: The Ed Schultz Show (national), The Rick Smith Show (Central PA), and Uproot (KSPC, Claremont/Los Angeles, CA) among others
- 2009 O’Dwyer Award for Non-Profit Work