Alex Mohajer is an activist, author, and award-winning independent American political writer and commentator who gained national recognition for his controversial post-election commentary for Huffington Post. He is the recipient of the 2018 Excellence in Journalism Award for Excellence in Feature Writing by the National Association of LGBTQ Journalists and landed on OUT Magazine's list of 100 Most Eligible Bachelors. Mohajer is the co-founder and executive director of Bros4America, a progressive advocacy organization that gained national attention during the 2016 presidential election for its efforts to elect Hillary Clinton, and later organized to elect progressives in the 2018 American mid-term elections, helping to usher in a historic "blue wave." He serves as host and moderator of The Resist Report podcast, where he has interviewed high-profile public figures like Reps. Maxine Waters, Ted Lieu, Katie Porter, and Mike Levin, Moms Demand Action Founder Shannon R. Watts, Neera Tanden, Dr. Dena Grayson, and more. Mohajer holds a Bachelor of Arts from U.C. Berkeley, where he studied politics with liberal hero Robert Reich, and a Juris Doctorate from Chapman University School of Law, where he studied constitutional law with conservative hero, Hugh Hewitt. At law school, Mohajer was named by his graduating class as "Most Likely to be Held in Contempt." Alex is a public speaker and frequently appears on panels and conferences across the country, including Politicon, the Women's Leadership Conference, Indivisible March, and more. He has been interviewed or featured by Tucker Carlson Tonight, Fox News, The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, Millennials Don't Suck, The Clyde Fitch Report, The Hugh Hewitt Show, New York Public Radio and elsewhere. By night, he is an award-winning singer and actor who was nominated for a 2016 Broadway World Award for Best Male Cabaret Artist.