Mr Griscom is a past and current native of Chattanooga who graduated from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Previously, Griscom was the the Executive Editor and Publisher of the Chattanooga Times Free Press; Executive Vice President for external relations for the RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company. He was the Director of Communications for the President of the United States, Ronald Reagan; the Press Secretary for the former U.S. Senator, Howard Baker, an employee of Rupert Murdoch's News Ltd; and a public relations consultant with Powell-Tate.
Before entering the political and lobbying business, he was the political editor at The Chattanooga News-Free Press. In 1978 Griscom joined the staff of Senator Baker and later became part of the Reagan administration. As Baker's senior staff person, he essentially ran day-to-day operations at the White House while Baker was chief of staff, and he maintained the strong links between the administration and the Republican Party. He now has his own consulting firm.
Come hear some fun and interesting stories about one of our country's most beloved Presidents from a Chattanoogan who was there when it all happened.
The event will be held at the Chattanooga Downtown Libray at 6 pm on Monday, the 29th April. It is free to all. No reservations are required. Come and bring a friend.
1001 Broad Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee 37402.