Pete Seat

A proud University of Arizona graduate and only child of immigrant parents, Pete Seat is a former White House spokesman, nationally-recognized political commentator, columnist, author, Atlantic Council Millennium Fellow and Council on Foreign Relations Term Member. His first job after graduation was in the George W. Bush White House where he served in the Office of Appointments and Scheduling and later as a deputy assistant press secretary working alongside press secretaries Tony Snow and Dana Perino; traveling to twenty-three countries with the president and logging thousands of miles aboard Air Force One. A respected national political commentator and analyst, Pete has published columns in outlets including POLITICO,, and Newsweek and has appeared as a guest on CNN, FOX News, MSNBC and NewsMaxTV programs a combined 100+ times. He is the author of the book The War on Millennials, a member of the American Enterprise Institute Leadership Network (Spring '18 Class), a Council on Foreign Relations Term Member and was one of 21 individuals, out of 655 applicants from 100 countries, to be named to the 2018 Atlantic Council Millennium Fellow class.