Steve Hilton

Steve Hilton

Steve Hilton is a British political commentator and former political adviser. He served as director of strategy for the British Prime Minister David Cameron from 2010 to 2012. Since 2017, Hilton has hosted The Next Revolution, a weekly current affairs show for Fox News.

Steve started The Rebel Base and The Daily California podcasts to serve as a non-partisan home for everyone who wants to see change from the worsening consequences of one-party rule in his home state, California.

Steve was born in the U.K. to Hungarian parents who were refugees from Communism. After attending Christ’s Hospital school and Oxford University, Steve worked in politics for two years before joining advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi, after which he started his own business as co-founder of the Good Business consulting firm and the award-winning London Restaurant, The Good Cook. Steve returned to politics in 2005, assisting former Prime Minister David Cameron as his Head of Strategy. 

Steve moved to the U.S. with his family in 2012, settling in Silicon Valley. After teaching at Stanford University – including at its world-renowned Institute of Design, Steve resumed his entrepreneurial career, co-founding Crowdpac, a political crowdfunding platform that aimed to make it easier for independent and independent-minded candidates to raise money to run for office without relying on big donors and party machines. Originally established as non-partisan, Crowdpac overwhelmingly attracted candidates from the left – so in 2018 Steve decided to follow the market and make it a progressive platform, stepping down as CEO. He is now working on a tech platform that will provide easy-to-access advice and support for parents.

Steve is the author of “Good Business – Your World Needs You”, a defense of free enterprise capitalism that also called for large corporations to be more accountable for their impact on society. His U.K. Sunday Times bestseller, “More Human – Designing a World Where People Come First” (also published in the U.S.) laid out a radical manifesto for change, arguing that government and business have become too big, bureaucratic and centralized – too distant from the human scale. This was followed up in 2018 with “Positive Populism – Revolutionary Ideas to Rebuild Economic Security, Family and Community in America”, which proposed 27 specific ways to return power to people.

  • Host of The Rebel Base and The Daily California podcasts
  • Host of The Next Revolution on Fox News
Location: San Francisco, CA
Availability: On-camera, In-studio, Phone
Topics of Expertise:
  • Elections
  • Republican Politics
  • Public Safety
  • Lowering Taxes and Reducing Homelessness
  • Government Regulations
  • Cost of Living
  • Agriculture

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