In Today's episode of "Moment of Truth," Nick sits down with Alexa Walker, Director of Coalitions at The Heritage Foundation, to discuss the state of the conservative movement, why we've lost so many battles, where we went wrong, what must be improved upon, and how to bridge the ideological and generational divides to produce a winning conservative coalition.
Alexa Walker is the Director of Coalitions at The Heritage Foundation. Prior to Heritage she worked as Director of Coalitions and Member Services at the Republican Study Committee, the oldest caucus of conservatives in the House of Representatives. Serving in a senior role under former Chairman Mark Walker (NC-06) and later Chairman Mike Johnson (LA-04), she managed the caucus’ strategic coalitions and led the public releases of its task force initiatives to create “The Conservative Playbook.” Prior to her role at RSC, Alexa worked for and advised several Republican Members of Congress including Mark Walker (NC-06), Dave Brat (VA-07), and Raul Labrador (ID-01). She holds a B.A. in International Relations, Intercultural Communication, and Spanish from Boise State University in Idaho, and is a native of Portland, Oregon.