The Front Page Live team is supported by accomplished advisors with decades of experience in climate, communications, business and politics.
Joseph Romm is founder as well as former-CEO and Editor-in-Chief of FrontPageLive.com. His latest book is “How to Go Viral and Reach Millions,” and CNN host Van Jones describes Joe as “the communicator’s communicator.” Joe is Founding Editor of ClimateProgress.org, which NY Times columnist Tom Friedman called “the indispensable blog.” In 1997, Joe served as Acting Assistant Secretary of Energy for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, where he oversaw 1 billion dollars in R&D and deployment of clean energy technologies. In 2009, Time magazine named him one of its “Heroes of the Environment,” and Rolling Stone named him to its list of “100 People Who Are Changing America.” Joe holds a PhD in physics from M.I.T. and is the author of 10 books on climate change, clean energy, and communications.
Senior Advisor for Diversity and Inclusion
Kiki Somerville is the Founder of Fearless Artist Media and The Fearless Artist Pop Up Gallery, one of the most popular pop up art exhibitions in the country.
Before disrupting the art establishment with TFAPOPUP, Kiki Somerville, an entertainment industry veteran, speaker, and author with 20 years of media experience worked in the business and legal affairs departments of major companies such as VIACOM/MTV Networks, Sony BMG, Austin Nichols.
Kiki attended the Holton Arms School, where she serves as an organizer of the Holton Arms Black Alumni Association. She is a graduate of The College of William and Mary with a degree in Sociology, and earned her Juris Doctorate from Fordham University School of Law.
Passionate about exploring the social impact of the intersection of art, public policy, and community engagement, Kiki is currently pursuing a Masters of Fine Art in Social Practice at George Washington University.
Senior Advisor and Chief Political Correspondent
Carl was one of the first reporters hired by FOX NEWS in 1995. He served as FOX’s first Congressional Correspondent, first Chief Political Correspondent and First Chief White House Correspondent. He left FOX in 2017.
Nicknamed “Campaign Carl” by colleagues, The Washington Post called Carl “Fox’s Man in the Middle” for his even-handed, fact-based approach to political news. The New York Times wrote “Fellow journalists say they detect no bias in his reporting.”
Carl lives in the Washington DC area with wife Moira Hopkins who worked and traveled with him on the campaign trail for a decade and a half.