Hilary Rosen
Washington Post Contributor

Hilary Rosen is a Democratic strategist and a contributor to opinion pages of The Washington Post and to the PostPartisan blog, where she spars with Republican Ed Rogers under the “Insiders” banner. Outside The Post, Rosen is a managing director of the political and communications firm SKDKnickerbocker, as well as a commentator for CNN. A New Jersey native, she has lived in Washington for more than 30 years: attending college at George Washington University, doing stints on Capitol Hill as a staffer for Sens. Bill Bradley (D-N.J.) and Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), serving 18 years as the chairman and CEO of the music industry trade group, the Recording Industry Association of America, and then working as the Washington editor and political director of The Huffington Post. Rosen notes that as an openly gay, Jewish, liberal woman, she has little in common with Rogers other than a love for their respective children. Rosen has two: Anna and Jacob.

Latest by Hilary Rosen

We aren't going to enact the Romney budget

Will the GOP take advantage of a new proposal from the president to lead the party toward deficit reduction?

A different Hillary Clinton

A different Hillary Clinton

Emerging from her State Department cocoon is a woman confident in her abilities and secure in her brand.

When the same-sex marriage issue gets personal

When the same-sex marriage issue gets personal

A debate on Meet the Press this past weekend made me realize my own story matters.

Paul Ryan repeats his mistake

Paul Ryan repeats his mistake

His budget plan has failed before.