New House Administration spokesman drawn toward life's greater unknowns

Marcum, Karissa
September 2007
Hill;9/11/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 103, p34
The article focuses on Kyle Anderson, the new House Administration Committee Democratic press secretary in the U.S. He took a marketing job with Prudential Insurance and then hosted his own show on his father's talk radio station right out of college. He considers hosting in his own voice as part of his quest to conquer his fear of public speaking. Deep-sea fishing is his form of recreation.


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