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Mark Penn | The Rise of the Fringe Voter at TEDxHarvardCollege

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Every day, we see that the media and populus of the US become more and more fragmented as extreme polar forces continually gain power. In his talk at TEDxHarvardCollege, Mark Penn explains how current campaigns’ rising appeal to couch potato voters has led to divisiveness within the nation.

Mark Penn is the managing partner and president of the Stagwell Group. In addition to serving as executive vice president and chief strategy officer at Microsoft, Mark Penn has served as both White House Pollster and chief strategist to Hillary Clinton.

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Mark Penn, President & Managing Partner, The Stagwell Group

President & Managing Partner, The Stagwell Group

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Mark Penn’s career spans 40 years in market-research, advertising, public relations, polling, and consulting, and he has advised top world leaders, led companies, and written best-selling books. Currently, Penn is the president and managing partner of The Stagwell Group, a private equity fund that invests in marketing services companies and reinvents the traditional holding company model. Before founding The Stagwell Group, he served in senior executive positions at Microsoft, where as executive vice president and chief strategy officer, he was responsible for working on core strategic issues across the company, blending data-analytics with creativity to help set the company on a new course.
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Generations & DemographicsMarketingBusiness StrategyDisruptionCEOsMediaPollsters & Public Opinion ExpertsAuthors
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