PODCAST: Listen to John Aidan Byrne, Irish commentator based in New York, interview Dr. Savneet Singh as he analyzes Trump’s Tweets in real time. He is an expert on social media and technology. After masterminding a social media campaign for Enda Kenny’s 2011 Ireland election victory, Dr. Ravneet Singh breaks his silence & also unveils his Trump twittersite

 

 


 

Dr. Ravneet (Ravi) Singh was born in the United States of America. He wears a turban as a requirement of the Sikh religion from northern India. His parents immigrated to the United States to pursue the American dream. Ravi grew up in the cornfields of Illinois in the village of Prestbury. His favorite hero is Abraham Lincoln, the first Republican (GOP) President. He adopted at an early age the Lincoln notion of “perseverance.”

At the age of 11, he met the first Sikh President of India and fell in love with politics. His grandfather encouraged him to pursue a career in politics, while his father insisted on medicine. Ravi Singh was the first Sikh (with uncut hair and turban) to attend and eventually graduate from a USA Military Academy in American history.

Due to the uniqueness of his case and harsh military rules, legislation was introduced on his behalf to allow him to graduate with full USA military honors and turban. It was enacted under President Ronald Regan’s administration. He then attended Valparaiso University, where he followed his passion and became Student Body President, Captain of NCAA Division 1 Golf Team, and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Pre-Med and Political Science.

He then enrolled at Northwestern University and pursued a Master of Arts in American Political Science. Ravi Singh served as a public servant in Illinois State Government under Governor Jim Edgar’s administration working for Lt. Governor Bob Kustra and State Treasurer Judy Baar Topinka, who he refers to as his “politic mother.” During his time there, he learned the art of politics and campaigning, which inspired him to run for Illinois 42nd State Representative open seat, at the age of 25. He lost the campaign but won the Kane County nomination for the Republican Party. During his campaign, he started a website through which ElectionMall.com was born which was profiled in Business Week Magazine and USA Today naming Ravi Singh as the “CampaignGuru.”

ElectionMall Technologies Inc. main purpose was to help promote e-democracy and enable candidates regardless of party affiliation, gender, or religious affiliation to have access to the same data and tools as incumbents, something Ravi Singh was convicted of when he ran as a politician. As CEO of ElectionMall.com, Ravi Singh became a Washington DC politician and maverick. He worked extremely hard to enable campaigns from school board to president level to take advantage of technology in the early days of the “Digital Era.” In 2010, the company co-branded with Microsoft Inc. and received an infusion of investment and marketing dollars that launched for worldwide operations. Ravi Singh opened offices all over the world including, Ukraine, Malaysia, Mexico, Colombia, Brussels, and India, working on campaigns like Juan Manuel Santos (Colombia), Enda Kenny (Ireland), Jose Sera (Brazil) and Anwar Ibrahim (Malaysia).

The company helped over 9 world leaders and various heads of state with their “digital campaign war rooms.” “Campaign Guru” was committed to over 7000+ political websites helping them raise money, generate votes, and increase their digital awareness during his 14 years as CEO creating a multi-million-dollar internet company at the time. In 2014, the company faced charges of elections fraud for two campaigns in San Diego, California.

The company was forced to shut down operations in 2016 because of litigation cost, and CEO Ravi Singh was personally charged with several felonies, which he later appealed to the US Appellate courts and then US Supreme Court. In 2017, Ravi Singh pursued a Master of Science in Social Media Management from Liberty University, a Harvard Certificate in Digital Strategy, the digital marketing program from Duke University, and MIT Sloan Business School Executive ACE program; at the same time finishing his doctoral (PhD.) in Social Media