From South Korea to San Francisco, Raul Quintana has traveled around the world to help clients tell their stories. Along the way, he has written speeches on the floor of a casino, in a high school biology classroom, and, occasionally, at his desk.
In 750-word op-eds, 100-page brand bibles, and everything in between, Raul has pushed the conversation forward on some of our most pressing global challenges. He has helped clients to speak at venues across three different continents, developed narratives for some of the world’s most influential advocacy organizations, and worked on-site at events like the Consumer Electronics Show and 2018 Global Climate Action Summit.
Before joining West Wing Writers, Raul lived in Indonesia on a Fulbright grant, where he taught English at a public high school and lived in one of the country’s most remote provinces. While there, he learned how to spontaneously connect with all kinds of audiences, from wedding guests to moonshine distillers to provincial governors.
Raul has also taught civics classes in Boston public schools, researched the rhetoric of national security issues at the Harvard Kennedy School, and written about American politics for Mic. He graduated from Harvard cum laude with high honors in Social Studies.
A sometimes proud Texan and an always proud dog dad, Raul currently lives in Washington, DC.