Alexander (Alex) W. Titus is a conservative politics and policy professional who splits his time between Washington, D.C., and Portland, Oregon.
Alex has extensive experience in major gift fundraising, political advocacy, communications, and message development. He has been involved with a number of national and Oregon-based conservative causes including America First Policies, Freedom Partners, Americans for Prosperity, Monica Wehby for U.S. Senate, and the Leadership Institute among others. Alex is a staunch defender of the state of Israel, advocate for American global leadership, and works to protect religious minorities. He has worked with groups such as The Philos Project, Christians United for Israel, and AIPAC. Alex frequently writes about politics, culture, national security, and foreign affairs with pieces appearing in National Review, Fox News, Philadelphia Inquirer, The Hill, RealClearPolitics, City Journal, Epoch Times, The Jerusalem Post, Washington Examiner, The Daily Caller, Providence Magazine, and Oregon Catalyst. His writings have been featured by the White House, Members of Congress, The Republican National Committee Chairwoman, Republican National Committee, Manhattan Institute, and American Enterprise Institute Alumni Network. Additionally, he has appeared on television and national and local radio to discuss his work and a variety of domestic and foreign policy issues. Alex enjoys running, reading, watching anything Oregon Duck related, and his golden retriever in his spare time.