The Next Revolution – in California?

December 1, 2022
The Pacific Club
4110 MacArthur Blvd, Newport Beach, CA, USA

National election results, U.K. politics and opportunities for reform in California


Please join us for a luncheon and discussion with Steve Hilton
in Newport Beach on Thursday, December 1st, at The Pacific Club.

11:30am Registration Opens
12:00pm Luncheon and Remarks
1:15pm Luncheon Concludes
The Pacific Club
4110 MacArthur Blvd.
Newport Beach, CA 92660



For more information and/or questions regarding this luncheon, please email Laura Dannerbeck at [email protected], or (415) 250-9206.


Steve Hilton is host of The Next Revolution with Steve Hilton on Fox News, and The Daily California podcast. He is the author of Positive Populism – Revolutionary Ideas to Rebuild Economic Security, Family and Community in America and the UK Sunday Times bestseller More Human – Designing a World Where People Come First. He has been a teacher, lecturer and visiting scholar at Stanford University’s Institute of Design (, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, and at the Hoover Institution.


Steve was previously CEO of Crowdpac, the political crowdfunding platform he co-founded in 2014, and before that was Senior Advisor to former Prime Minister David Cameron, where he helped lead the implementation of the British government’s domestic reform program. Prior to the 2010 General Election, as David Cameron’s head of strategy, Steve is credited with helping to develop the ideas associated with the modernization of the British Conservative Party.


Before working in politics, Steve was co-founder of Good Business, a corporate responsibility consulting firm, and The Good Cook, an award-winning London restaurant. He moved to the US in 2012, became an American citizen in May 2021, and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and two sons. Plus two dogs. And 10 chickens.

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