How Working Presidential Campaign Shapes Political Career - Ken Biberaj

In Chapter 6 of 21 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, New York City Council candidate and public relations executive Ken Biberaj answers "What Did You Find Most Valuable About Working on the 2004 Presidential Campaign?"  Biberaj shares how working on the 2004 Kerry - Edwards Presidential Campaign informed the decisions that would shape his political career trajectory.  Specifically, Biberaj decided to forgo working as a political operative and instead join a family business to gain private sector experience.  Ultimately, after seven years in business, Biberaj makes the decision to re-enter politics by running for office.  Ken Biberaj is currently a 2013 Candidate for New York City Council for the West Side of Manhattan.  He is also a public relations executive for the Russian Tea Room restaurant at One Fifty Fifty Seven Corporation, a family business focused on real estate development, investment sales and retail leasing.  Previously he was Florida Research Director for the Kerry-Edwards for President Campaign. He holds a JD from New York Law School, a Masters in Public Policy (MPP) from Harvard University Kennedy School of Government, and a BA in Political Science from American University.