Over 100 Best-Selling Authors, Journalists, Museum Directors and Pulitzer Prize-Winners join us for each episode of the podcast. Their incredible insight and storytelling brings a depth of knowledge and perspective to each show, unrivaled in the podcast landscape.
Scott Brun, Host and Executive Producer. In addition to keeping the conversation on task and the stories meaningful for American POTUS, he also manages several other successful podcasts through his production company; American History Studios. For 30 years, he was a multi-national award-winning content producer, most recently as the Vice President of Programming, Alternative Platforms for Discovery Networks. When he’s not recording or researching the next great topic for the podcast, Scott lives the presidential life at his Gentlemen’s Farm along with his wife and 3 trusty dogs. If you need to find him, just look for the George Washington camp flag proudly flying beneath the stars-and-stripes.
Alan Lowe, co-host and Historian of American POTUS, American FLOTUS and American SCOTUS. He started his career as an archivist at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, before going to serve for many years at the Office of Presidential Libraries in Washington, D.C. He has subsequently served as director of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum, the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, and the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum. Alan also was the founding executive director of the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. He serves as the director of the American Museum of Science and Energy, and the K-25 History Center, in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.