Michael Long has written speeches for members of Congress, cabinet secretaries, governors, diplomats, and Fortune 50 CEOs. He is also an adjunct professor at Georgetown University, where he teaches a suite of writing courses he created for the graduate program in public relations and corporate communications.
In addition to speechwriting, Michael was a semi-finalist for the Kairos Prize for his screenplay The Joby Project. His one-act play, Hostages, and his one-act Arithmetic for Art Majors was produced at The Players Theatre in New York City. He was also a semi-finalist in the 2012 Vail Film Festival Screenwriting Competition for his screenplay How to Save Your Own Life.
Michael Long's Courses
This class was a great addition to my PR certification course. It helped round out my writing skills and taught me new ways to focus and organize my writing. Michael offered great feedback and was available even outside of the chat sessions. -- Samantha Gieseke