Hang Liu has composed speeches and shaped messaging strategies for two cabinet secretaries, the leaders of global businesses and major nonprofits, and a presidential campaign. Today, at the National Partnership, he draws upon this experience to help craft executive communications on behalf of President Jocelyn Frye.
Before his current role, Hang served as director of speechwriting at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), where he supported Secretary Marcia Fudge in championing all housing-related initiatives of the Biden-Harris administration. Prior to that position, he worked as a director with the speechwriting firm West Wing Writers—and as director of speechwriting at the Center for American Progress, one of the country’s leading progressive think tanks. Hang also served previously at HUD as a speechwriter for then-Secretary Julián Castro. In 2016, he joined the communications team of the Hillary for America campaign, where he helped prepare Hillary Clinton for her national media interviews.
Hang is a graduate of Harvard College and Brooklyn Law School. The son of Chinese immigrants, he was born and raised in New York City.