Denver, CO 80206-0082
Candidate John Hickenlooper timeline
Robin Pringle Hickenlooper
Campaign Manager Brad Komar
Giddy Up PAC. Campaign
manager on Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam's campaign for Governor of Virginia,
2017. State lead on Hillary Clinton's campaign in the Mar. 1,
2016 Colorado Democratic caucuses. Campaign manager on Gov.
Hickenlooper's successful re-election in 2014. Campaign manager
on Ralph Northam for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, Feb.-Dec.
2013. Campaign manager on Larry Maggi for Congress (Washington,
PA), Feb.-Nov. 2012. Campaign manager on NJ Senate/Assembly
races, June-Dec 2011. Field director in CD24 (Utica) for the New
York State Democratic Committee, May-Nov. 2010. Regional field
director on the Obama campaign in Rolla, Missouri, June-Nov.
2008. Field organizer and delegate selection coordinator on
Hillary Clinton for President, June 2007-Jan. 2008. Graduate of
The George Washington University's School of Media and Public Affairs,
Senior Advisor Rick Palacio
(reported by the Denver Post on Mar. 4, 2019) Managing partner at The Majority Institute in Denver from Jan. 2018; founder of Palacio Strategies Group from Mar. 2017. Chairman of the Colorado Democratic Party, Mar. 2011-Mar. 2017. Deputy director of member services for U.S. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, 2008-11. Deputy communications director to U.S. Rep. John Salazar, 2006-08. Regional director for the Colorado Democratic Party, 2006. Candidate for the Democratic nomination for Clerk and Recorder in Pueblo in 2006. Assistant to the Colorado House Majority Leader Alice Madden, 2004-06. Studied at Regis University. 6th generation Coloradan who was born and raised in Pueblo. twitter
Senior Communications Advisor Marie Logsden
(Jan. 2019) Chief of strategy and
communications (April 2018-Jan. 2019) and director of strategic
communications (Feb. 2017-April 2018) for Gov. John Hickenlooper.
Worked for Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains for almost 12
years, starting as health center assistant in April 2005 and finishing
as senior vice president for communications, learning and diversity
(Jan. 2015-Feb. 2017). State director for New Voters Project's
Iowa Campus Project, Jan.-Dec. 2004. Fundraising associate for
Iowa Citizen Action Network, 1999-2002. B.A. in global studies,
global health studies from University of Iowa, 2002.
Senior Advisor and Chief Speechwriter Case
(Jan. 2019) Consultant with Greenbrier from Jan.
Senior advisor and chief speechwriter to Gov. Hickenlooper from Nov.
2016. Speechwriter and advisor at Button Communications, April
2013-Oct. 2016. Speechwriter for Secretary of State Hillary
Clinton, Mar. 2009-Mar. 2013. Regional director (Sept. 2008-Mar.
2009), aide for government and community relations (Aug. 2007-Sept.
2008) and special assistant (Sept. 2006-Aug. 2007) for Sen. Hillary
Rodham Clinton. Assistant to the deputy campaign manager on
Friends of Hillary re-election campaign, Sept.-Nov. 2006. B.A. in
government, business from Skidmore College, 2006. twitter
Communications Director Lauren Hitt
Policy Advisor Jeremy Rosner
(Jan. 2019) A managing partner at Greenberg Quinlan Rosner.
National Finance Director Dan Sorenson
(Jan. 2019) Deputy national finance director for
Colorado/New Mexico finance director on Hillary for America from April
finance director at the DCCC, Feb.-April 2015.
Finance director on Lara for New Mexico, Sept. 2013-Nov. 2014.
Legislative correspondent (Jan.-Sept. 2013) and field representative
(May 2011-Dec. 2012) for U.S. Rep. David Cicilline (RI); political
director on David Cicilline for Congress, June-Nov. 2012.
Political and fundraising consultant on the Committee to Elect Linda
Finn, Jan.-Nov. 2012. Field organizer on David Cicilline for
Congress, Sept.-Nov. 2010. Deputy finance director on Joe
Fernandez for Attorney General, April-Sept. 2010. B.A. in
political science from Drew University, 2009.
Deputy Finance Director Brendan Koch
(Mar. 6, 2019 campaign press release) Montana
and deputy national finance director on Montanans for Tester from Nov.
2017. Associate (Nov. 2017-Nov. 2017) and finance assistant
(Jan.-Nov. 2014) at the Chraca Friedman Group. Assistant to the
chair at the DSCC, Jan. 2015-Dec. 2016. B.A. in political science
from The George Washington University, 2013.
Ashley Kennedy, Tonya Fulkerson and Sarah Paulos at FK & Co.
SCHEDULING AND ADVANCE
Director of Scheduling Val Nosler-Beck
(Jan. 2019) Director of executive operations for Gov. John Hickenlooper, Mar. 2018-Jan. 2019. Engagement and outreach manager, Colorado Department of Local Affairs, Sept. 2017-March 2018. Candidate for City Council in Wheat Ridge, CO, Aug.-Nov. 2017. Communications manager for the Colorado Lottery, June 2016-Sept. 2017. Internal communications manager for the Colorado Department of Human Services, May 2015-May 2016. Director of communications for the State of Colorado Recovery Office, Feb. 2014-April 2015. Director of scheduling for Gov. John Hickenlooper, Jan. 2011-Jan. 2014. Director of scheduling and advance for the City and County of Denver, Feb. -Dec. 2010. Special assistant to Sen. Evan Bayh, Jan. 2009-Mar. 2010. Colorado scheduler on Obama for America, July-Nov. 2008. Legislative assistant at Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen and Thomas, Aug. 2007-July 2008. Scheduler to U.S. Rep. Mark Udall, Jan. 2005-Jan. 2007. Degree in journalism and communications from Colorado State University, 2004. twitter
Special Assistant and Advance Yared Berhane
(Jan. 2019) Scheduling coordinator for Gov. John
Aug. 2018-Jan. 2019; and citizens advocate, May 2018-Jan. 2018.
Executive intern (Jan.-Aug. 2017) in the Office of Gov. Hickenlooper.
Studied political science and government at Metropolitan State
University of Denver.
Director of Operations and Special Projects Sarah Feldmann
(Dec. 2018) Campaign manager (Nov. 2017-April
2018), deputy campaign manager (Oct. 2017) and campaign coordinator
(July-Sept. 2017) on Lauren Undervood for Congress (IL).
Associate (April 2016-June 2017) and senior analyst (Mar. 2014-Mar.
2016 at Next Street. Project leader and investment analyst in
Nairobi, Kenya, Feb.-Oct. 2013. Consulting associate at Cambridge
Associates, July 2011-Jan. 2013. B.A. in economics modified with
engineering from Dartmouth College, 2011. twitter
Chief Legal Counsel Stephanie F. Donner
(Mar. 2019) Chief legal, people and government
officer/corporate secretary at Galvanize Inc., July 2015-Mar.
2018. Chief legal counsel (Nov. 2014-July 2015), deputy chief of
staff (May-Nov. 2014), general counsel and executive director for flood
recovery (Sept. 2013-April 2014) and senior deputy legal counsel (April
2011-Sept. 2013) to Gov. John Hickenlooper. Associate at Morrison
& Foerster LLP, Aug. 2006-April 2011. J.D. from University of
Houston Law Center, 2003; B.A. from University of Texas at Austin 1999.
(Dec. 2018) A managing partner at Greenberg Quinlan Rosner GQR.
State Director Sam Roecker
(reported Feb. 7, 2019) Partner at Path to
Victory LLC in Des Moines from Jan. 2018. Director at Link
Strategies LLC, Jan. 2013-Jan. 2018; and director at LPCA Public
Strategies, Jan. 2013-Jan. 2018. Campaign manager on Patty Judge
for Iowa, March-Nov. 2016. Communications director on Christie
Vilsack for Iowa, March-Nov. 2012. Communications director for
the Iowa Democratic Party, June 2010-March 2012. New media
director for the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, April 2009-June
2010. Executive producer for Clear Channel Radio/Air America
Radio, Nov. 2007-Feb. 2009. B.A. in journalism-strategic
communications, political science from University of Wisconsin-Madison,
Advisor Ferguson Yacyshyn
(reported on Feb. 22, 2019) Field director for
Iowa Democratic Party's 2018 Coordinated Campaign; field director on
Fred Hubbell's primary campaign for governor. In 2012 was a
neighborhood team leader on the Obama campaign in Florida.
Studied at the University of South Florida. twitter