Martha Schober is a freelance journalist with extensive experience in congressional relations and public affairs. In her home state of Mississippi, she was very involved in politics and ran a statewide campaign before moving to Northern Virginia to work on Capitol Hill for a trade association and later for two federal agencies. Martha is very involved in volunteering at her children's school and her church. Together with her husband and two boys, she loves the beach, hiking and all things sports-related.
Martha Schober is a freelance journalist with extensive experience in congressional relations and public affairs. She began her love of politics in college while pursuing a degree in political science. She worked in the Mississippi governor's office during college and volunteered with her state's Republican Party. After graduating at the top of her class, she pursued a Master's Degree in Public Policy at Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia. While there, she continued to volunteer for political campaigns and became more involved and well-versed in national politics. She then returned home to Mississippi for a year and served as the campaign manager for a state-wide race. Following that, she moved to Northern Virginia and worked for a trade association on Capitol Hill. During the 2000 presidential campaign, Martha volunteered for George W. Bush and following his election was hired as an appointee for his administration. She worked in congressional relations for the secretary of agriculture and then moved to the Farm Credit Administration where she headed up the Congressional and Public Affairs office. Martha volunteers extensively at her children's school and at her church. Together with her husband and two boys, she loves the beach, hiking and all things sports-related.
Various awards/achievements in undergraduate including Student Government President, Mortar Board, Who's Who in American College Students, Hall of Fame
Mississippi College, B.A. in Political Science, 1996; Regent University, M.A. in Public Policy, 1999
Potomac Falls, Virginia
Topics of Expertise
politics, faith, sports, education