Cameron Seward manages The Heritage Foundation’s educational events on Capitol Hill for members of Congress and their staff. As program manager he oversees and executes briefings on specific issues, policy working groups and retreats for members and staff.
Seward also researches and writes on the rule of law, congressional procedure, immigration and international trade. He regularly appears on national radio and television programs and in print media.
His public speaking has focused on how ordinary Americans have a part in what gets done in Congress.
Seward, who joined Heritage in 2012, grew up in Alexandria, Va. He holds a bachelor of science degree in international business and Spanish from Xavier University and a juris doctor degree from the John Marshall Law School. He is admitted to the bar in Illinois and Washington, D.C.
He and his wife, Angie, currently reside in Washington, D.C.
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