Former White House Communications Director Kayleigh McEnany will be the keynote speaker for an April gala at the Center for Christian Values in Ohio, according to an invitation circulating for the gala.
McEnany served under former President Donald Trump as the president’s final press secretary. She also previously served as the national spokesperson for the Republican National Committee, as well as a political commentator on CNN.
She is a graduate of both Harvard Law School and Georgetown University. She is also the author of the book “The New American Revolution: The Making of a Populist Movement.”
McEnany, who currently works as a commentator on Fox News, will be speaking as the keynote speaker at an April gala for the Center for Christian Values (CCV).
The CCV is an Ohio-based, political advocacy group aimed at supporting “public policy that reflects the truth of the Gospel,” according to its website. The group has pushed back on bills that would make gender identity a protected class, as well as criticized an Ohio school for pushing students to partake in specific political activism.
Neither McEnany nor the CCV has publicly commented on the upcoming keynote speech, which will take place on April 24 in Cincinnati.
Conservative commentator and gun rights activist Dana Loesch was the keynote speaker for the event in 2020.
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Jordyn Pair is a reporter with The Ohio Star. Follow her on Twitter at @JordynPair.