Former Deputy Assistant to the President for Communications
Tucker Eskew was Deputy Assistant to the President in the White House Office of Communications. He was responsible for strategic communications with global audiences.
He has 20 years experience in political and marketing communications, with leadership roles in public affairs, media relations, international strategic planning and technology marketing.
From November of last year until March, Tucker served as President Bush's representative to the London-based Coalition Information Center, which coordinated communications efforts between the White House and the Blair government, while promoting the goals of the US-led war on terrorism.
As Director of the White House Office of Media Affairs in 2001, he oversaw strategy and tactics for "outside-the-Beltway" news organizations, talk radio, specialty media and the President's official website.
Tucker directed communications for the South Carolina presidential primary campaign of then-Governor George W. Bush. In the summer and fall of 2000, Tucker worked from Austin as a Senior Communications Advisor to the Bush campaign.
He was Assistant Press Secretary for the Reagan-Bush '84 campaign and Press Secretary and Communications Director to South Carolina Governor Carroll Campbell. He later co-founded an electronic commerce business and built his own public relations firm.
Tucker and his wife Lisa live in Alexandria, Virginia with their two sons.