Flagler Tiger Bay Club Announces April Speaker, Author Jason Altmire Former Congressman to Speak on Leading From the Middle. The Flagler Tiger Bay Club board of directors is pleased to announce former Pennsylvania Congressman Jason Altmire as the guest speaker for the April meeting at the Hammock Dunes Club. A business leader and nationally recognized expert on health care, former Congressman Jason Altmire has worked as a senior executive for large companies in both the hospital and health insurance industries. Now, as a leading public affairs consultant, Altmire assists clients with a variety of business management, strategic planning, market access, and corporate social responsibility issues. From 2007 to 2013 Altmire served three terms in the United States House of Representatives, and earned a reputation for his centrist views and bipartisan efforts. In 2017, Altmire authored the critically acclaimed book, Dead Center: How Political Polarization Divided America and What We Can Do About It. Representing both sides of the aisle, Altmire is lauded by influential thought leaders and colleagues alike, including Neil Cavuto, Sr. Vice President and anchor for Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network, Bob Cusack, Editor-in-Chief of The Hill, former Florida Governor Bob Graham (D) and former Pennsylvania Governor Mark Schweiker (R). His presentation at the Flagler Tiger Bay Club luncheon, “Leading From the Middle”, will offer insights on returning political discourse back to the days of civility. A limited book sale and signing will follow. Members and guests are cordially invited to visit www.flaglertigerbayclub.com for registration and details. What: Flagler Tiger Bay Club Welcomes Jason Altmire Former Congressman and Author of Dead Center Speaker Topic: Leading From the Middle The Flagler Tiger Bay Club, started in 2018, is a membership-based, non-profit organization, providing access to thought leaders, national speakers and non-partisan political discussion through civil discourse, in the Flagler County community.