Co-Founder and CEO
Dr. Naomi Wolf is a bestselling author, columnist, and professor; she is a graduate of Yale University and received a doctorate from Oxford. She is cofounder and CEO of DailyClout.io, a successful civic tech company. Since the publication of her landmark international bestseller, The Beauty Myth, which The New York Times called “one of the most important books of the 20th century," Dr Wolf’s other seven bestsellers have been translated worldwide. The End of America and Give Me Liberty: A Handbook For American Revolutionaries, predicted the current crisis in authoritarianism and presented effective tools for citizens to promote civic engagement. Dr Wolf trains thought leaders of tomorrow, teaching public presentation to Rhodes Scholars and co-leading a Stony Brook University class that gave professors skills to become public intellectuals. She was a Rhodes scholar herself, and was an advisor to the Clinton re-election campaign and to Vice President Al Gore. Dr Wolf has written for every major news outlet in the US and many globally; she had four opinion columns, including in The Guardian and the Sunday Times of London. She lives with her husband, private detective Brian O’Shea, in the Hudson Valley.
Chief Operations Officer
Amy Kelly is the Program Director for the War Room/DailyClout Pfizer Documents Analysis Project. She oversees the approximately 3,250 volunteers who are reviewing, analyzing, and reporting on the court-ordered, FDA-released Pfizer documents, as well as overseeing the approximately 250 volunteer attorneys who are identifying legal actions to be taken based on findings from the Pfizer documents. Additionally, she does research and provides answers to the public's questions about adverse events found in the documents. Ms. Kelly has over 20 years of experience as a Project Manager. Additionally, she is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt, certified in change management methodology, and has experience as a Business Analyst, Product Manager, and Strategist. Prior to working at DailyClout, she worked primarily in the telecommunications, transportation, and medical devices industries. Outside of work, she volunteers for education-related causes and in county political organizations. Ms. Kelly earned a Bachelor of Arts degree, graduating summa cum laude and as a member of Phi Beta Kappa, from a liberal arts college in the Southeast.
Kate Miriam Hildreth
Kate Miriam Hildreth oversees DailyClout's editorial content including author communications, website design, and branding. Prior to joining DailyClout, she worked as a writing consultant and university magazine editor as well as an associate in the ecommerce industry. Outside of work, she is an adrenaline junkie with a passion for travel, food, history, and art. She earned a bachelor’s degree in English Writing Studies with a concentration in Philosophy, and a Graphic Design certification from California Institute of Arts.
Investigative Journalist, Social Media Coordinator
Brian O’Shea is an Investigative Journalist at DailyClout and has a featured column named “Mostly Peaceful: Investigating Beyond the Headlines.” He has spent almost 30 years in the fields of military intelligence, U.S. Government Intelligence, Competitive Intelligence (private sector), private investigations, executive protection (physical and reputational). Brian started his career in the US Army’s military intelligence corps working for two Special Forces groups throughout the Middle East, North Africa, and throughout Southeast Asia. After serving in the military for 11 years of active-duty service, Brian worked as a Senior Consultant and Subject Matter Expert for two of the US Government’s top intelligence agencies.
Attorney and Legal Advisor
George Smith graduated cum laude from the University of Toledo College of Law. He then took a position at the university as an attorney/instructor. George later entered private practice where fate led him to become a constitutional law/civil rights litigator. For George’s entire career, he has represented the disadvantaged, downtrodden, and powerless against the power of government and major corporations. George began as a War Room volunteer. He observed that the ads for COVID-19 “vaccines” contained no disclaimers, warnings, or caveats. He was then recruited to assess the viability of a lawsuit for false advertising. During his research, George concluded the scope of the lawsuit should be much wider, as it became apparent that the U.S. government was the primary culprit. He believed a case could be made that the government engaged in a wide array of unconstitutional conduct through a widespread disinformation warfare campaign against the American people. George filed a lawsuit on behalf of DailyClout and ten Ohio plaintiffs in March 2023 against Pfizer, the U.S. government, and the Ad Council (Leathers v. United States.)