Todd G. Young, President & CEO

With more than two decades of legal research, political consulting, and corporate communications experience with Fortune 500 companies, professional organizations, and public policy advocacy groups, Todd provides a key mixture of media work and business-to-government communications skills. He has been involved in litigation and policy work related to several U.S. Supreme Court cases, and helped write a tax-cutting plan resulting in Georgia's $1 billion, four-year unemployment insurance tax moratorium - the largest tax cut in state history.

Listed in The Heritage Foundation's Guide to Public Policy Experts, Todd's work is regularly published in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, The Atlanta Journal/Constitution, and on national talk radio and television. He served as researcher for a recent best-selling book, The Dark Side of Liberalism: Unchaining the Truth (Harbor House, 2003). In 2003, Todd was named one of "16 To Watch Under 40" in Georgia's daily legal newspaper, The Daily Report.

In addition to starting two consulting businesses, Todd worked with one of the top global public relations and advertising firms, where he participated with teams winning PRSA and IABC awards. He received a B.A. from Davidson College, Davidson, NC and a J.D. from Georgia State University College of Law. He is married and lives in metro Atlanta. Contact Todd by email at