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Deborah Perry Piscione is president of MarketplaceOffense, a boutique consulting firm in business to help clients with their image--inside and outside the four walls--in three focused areas: research, communications and trainings. She is also a best selling author, on-air political commentator, and public speaker, and trainer. Additionally, she teaches at American University as a professorial lecturer at the Women and Politics Institute.
Ms. Perry Piscione is the co-author (with Dr. Julianne Malveaux) of a Washington Post bestseller entitled Unfinished Business: A Democrat and a Republican Take on the 10 Most Important Issues Women Face (Perigee, September 2002), and a television and radio commentator who serves as a regular guest of political programs on CNN and National Public Radio. As a television and radio commentator, she has appeared as a guest on the Today Show, Wolf Blitzer Reports, The McLaughlin Group, The O'Reilly Factor, Hardball with Chris Matthews, and Politically Incorrect, and has been a featured guest on PBS, BET, and National Public Radio programs including Justice Talking, Public Interest and The Tavis Smiley Show. She has been featured in leading women's magazines such as Ladies' Home Journal, and in newspapers including the Chicago Tribune, Dallas Morning News, and Sacramento Bee.
In addition, Deborah Perry Piscione has participated in the Penguin Putnam author series at CUNY in New York and in a Congressional Women's Caucus event on Capitol Hill. She has spoken to corporations such as McDonalds and Microsoft, and academic venues including Princeton, American, and Bay Path College. She leads trainings in workplace and workforce issues on topics such as retaining talent and reducing attrition rates, generational differences, collaboration and consensus, negotiation, and values-based decision making.
Early in her career, Ms. Perry Piscione served as a congressional staffer for then-U.S. Senator Connie Mack (R-FL), U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL), and a political appointee for President George Bush (41st president), and specialized her legislative and executive career in foreign policy. From these positions, she gained a breadth of writing experience in op-eds, political speeches, and press releases, and later became a freelance writer for magazines such as Ladies' Home Journal and National Geographic Traveler.
Deborah Perry Piscione received her graduate degree in international economics at Georgetown University and undergraduate degree in communications at Florida State University. She is a self-proclaimed American history buff, an international traveler--having been to nearly 40 countries--and sports enthusiast including competing in triathlons and marathon running.
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