Joseph Szlavik served at the White House during the first Bush
Administration as a policy analyst in the Office of Policy Development
and as liaison with the Office of Cabinet Affairs and the Office
of Legislative Affairs, where he developed an intimate knowledge
of the inner workings of the Congress and the various departments
of the Executive Branch. Subsequently, Mr. Szlavik took a position
as special assistant in the Office of Enforcement at the U.S.
Mr. Szlavik left government service to take a position at the
States News Service business bureau, working closely with the
Securities and Exchange Commission, following mergers and acquisitions,
later joining a Washington-based international consulting firm.
By 1992, Mr. Szlavik had established his own company, now known
as Scribe Strategies & Advisors, which now counts business,
government, and non-profit clients on four continents.
Educated at the Catholic University of America, Valley Forge
Military College, and the American University, Mr. Szlavik is
a member of the National Faculty of the United States Sports
Academy and of the board of directors of Save the Speaker’s
House, Inc., which is preserving the home of Frederick Muhlenberg,
the first Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Mr. Szlavik speaks fluent Spanish, French, and Hungarian.