National Republican Congressional Committee – 2017-18

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Chairman  Rep. Steve Stivers (OH-15)

(elected Nov. 15, 2016) 

Special Assistant to the Chairman  Matthew LoParco
(Jan. 2017)  Staff assistant to U.S. Rep. Doug Collins, July 2016-Jan. 2017.  7th grade science teacher at Teach for America-Uplift Luna Secondary in Dallas, TX, June 2014-May 2016.  Legal assistant, Jan.-May 2014.  B.A. in business administration and management, general from The University of Georgia, 2013.

Deputy Chairs (announced Jan. 12, 2017)
Current Operations  Mimi Walters (CA-45)
Future Operations  Tom Emmer (MN-6)

Vice Chairs

Fundraising – Rep. Ann Wagner
Finance Deputy – Rep. Lee Zeldin
Regional – Rep. Bill Johnson
Recruiting – Rep. Elise Stefanik
Candidate Development – Rep. Will Hurd
Mentorship – Rep. John Katko
Patriot Program – Rep. Ryan Costello
Primary Patriot – Rep. Rodney Davis
Data – Rep. David Schweikert
Digital – Rep. Matt Gaetz
Coalitions – Rep. Ken Buck
Member Services – Rep. Kevin Yoder
Redistricting – Rep. Francis Rooney
Audit – Rep. Mike Conaway
Transformation – Rep. Keith Rothfus


Executive Director  John Rogers

(announced Dec. 2, 2016)  Served as NRCC political director in the 2016 cycle, deputy political director in the 2014 cycle, and Northeast regional political director in the 2012 cycle.  Equities trader for AMR Capital Trading, July 2008-Feb. 2011.  Campaign experience includes Bob Cohen 2010, Rob Astorino’s race for Westchester County Executive in 2009, Victory director for the NJ Republican Party in 2006, and director of field operations for the Pennsylvania Republican Party in Montgomery County in 2004.  During Gov. George Pataki’s administration he served as deputy director of regional and local government affairs, 2003-05 and appointments officer, 2001-03.  Graduate of Sienna College, 1999.  Originally from Upstate New York.  twitter

Assistant to the Executive Director  Connor Crowley

(Feb. 2017)  Staff assistant to U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (IL), Feb. 2015-Feb. 2017.  Staff assistant/scheduler to U.S. Rep. John Runyan (NJ), July 2014-Jan. 2015.  B.A. in history, public service from Hampden-Sydney College, 2014.


Political Director  Joe Pileggi

(announced Jan. 23, 2017)  Great Lakes and Florida regional political director at the NRCC in the 2014 and 2016 cycles.  Associate at Axiom Strategies, Aug.-Nov. 2012.  Campaign director on Mark Neumann for U.S. Senate, Sept. 2011-Aug. 2012.  Chief of staff to state Sen. Steve Oelrich, Nov. 2006-Sept. 2011.  Political director for NRSC/Joe Miller for U.S. Senate, Oct.-Nov. 2010.  Deputy campaign manager on Mark Neumann for Governor, May-Sept. 2010.  Camapign manager on Steve Oelrich for State Senate, April-Nov. 2006.  North central Florida field director for Senate campaigns for the Republican Party of Florida.   M.A. in political science (2005) and B.A. in political science (2003) from University of Florida.  twitter

Deputy Political Director  Brendon DelToro

(announced Feb. 10, 2017)  Vice president of political strategy at iHeartMedia, Feb. 2016-Jan. 2017.  Campaign manager on Stutzman for Senate (IN), May-Nov. 2015.  Chief of staff to U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN), Jan. 2013-May 2015.  Campaign manager on Walorski for Congress, May-Dec. 2012.  Deputy campaign manager on Dalrymple for Governor (ND), Jan.-May 2012.  Campaign manager on Holtzman & Hagner for Assembly (NJ), 2011.  Field staff for the North Dakota Republican Party, Aug. 2010-June 2010.  Government affairs fellow in the Office of Gov. Sonny Perdue, Dec. 2009-Aug. 2010.  B.S. in justice studies, political science from Georgia Southern University, 2009.


[Chasen Bullock left]

Mike Thom

(announced Feb. 10, 2017)  Deputy state director on Jeb 2016 Iowa caucus campaign.  RNC state director for Kansas and Oregon, July 2014-Feb. 2015.  Data director/paid door coordinator on Jacobs for Iowa-Mark Jacobs for U.S. Senate campaign, Jan.-June 2014.  Account manager at LS2group, Mar. 2013-Jan. 2014.  Deputy Victory director for the North Dakota Republican Party, Aug.-Nov. 2012.  Davenport regional field director on Rick Perry for President, Aug. 2011-Jan. 2012. Regional field director on Tim Pawlenty's Iowa campaign, May-Aug. 2011. Legislative clerk in the Iowa House, Jan.-May 2011.  Camapign aid on David Jamison for Iowa Treasurer, Sept.-Nov. 2010.  M.P.A. from Drake University, 2013; Bachelor's degree in speech communication and rhetoric from Iowa State University, 2009.  twitter

Northeast  Anthony Pileggi

(announced Feb. 10, 2017)  "no relation to Joe Pileggi" Campaign manager on U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik's 2016 re-election; district director for Rep. Stefanik from Jan. 2015; deputy campaign manager on Elise Stefanik for Congress, Nov. 2013-Jan. 2015.  Regional director to U.S. Rep. Richard Hanna, Nov. 2013-2014.  Staff assistant in the U.S. House, June 2011-Jan. 2013.  Grassroots director/campaign manager on U.S. Rep. Richard Hanna's re-election campaign, March-Nov. 2012.  Degree in public policy and public administration from University at Albany SUNY.  twitter

Tyler Foote

(announced Feb. 10, 2017)  Virginia state director for Americans for Prosperity, Aug. 2015-Feb. 2017.  Deputy chief of staff/communications director to U.S. Rep. David Rouzer (NC), Jan.-Aug. 2015.  Campaign manager on David Rouzer for Congress, Dec. 2013-Dec. 2014.  Campaign manager on Mike Watson for Delegate, March-Nov. 2013.  Campaign manager on Murphy for Congress, June-Dec. 2012.  Director of political and new media training (June 2010-May 2012) and political training coordinator (June 2010-May 2011) at The Leadership Institute.  Assistant to the candidate on Trey Grayson for U.S. Senate (KY), Dec. 2009-May 2010.  B.A. degrees in government, history from Centre College, 2009.  From Louisville, KY.

Field Finance Director  Chris Broyles

(announced Feb. 10, 2017)  "assisting members and candidates in building their war chests"  NRCC major donor manger in the 2016 cycle.  Campaign finance assistant to the managing partner at Hutchens Law Firm in Fayetteville, NC.  Bachelor's degree in economics and political science from Methodist University, 2014.  From Cortland, NY.

Women's Engagement Director  Micah Yousefi

(announced Jan. 23, 2017)  Third cycle at the NRCC; also served in this role in the 2016 cycle and started as political coordinator in May 2013.  Legislative correspondent in the U.S. House, Dec. 2011-April 2013.  Fulbright grantee in Korea, 2010-11.  Client service administrator at Persels & Associates, Dec. 2009-June 2010.  Special assistant to the president at Carefree Kitchens Inc., Feb. 2002-Sept. 2009.  B.A. in pre-law, philosophy, history from Notre Dame of Maryland University, 2010.

Political Coordinator  Meredith Allen

(announced Feb. 10, 2017)  including "managing the NRCC's Patriot and Young Guns programs"  Media assistant for the NRCC's I.E. unit, May-Dec. 2016.  Bachelor's degrees in peace, war and defense and political science from UNC Chapel Hill, 2016.  Native of New London, NC.


Data Director  Kelsey Patten

(announced March 1, 2017)  NRCC deputy strategy director, Jan. 2016-March 2017.  Data and analytics director on Kelly (Ayotte) for New Hampshire, Aug. 2015-Nov. 2016.  Data strategist for the NRCC, Sept. 2014-Aug. 2015.  Executive assistant to the chairman and CEO at Public Affairs Engagement LLC, Sept. 2013-Sept. 2014.  Staff assistant to U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte, Feb.-Sept. 2013.  Scheduling request coordinator/briefings coordinator on Romney for President, May-Nov. 2012.  B.A. degrees in policy studies and political science from Syracuse University, 2012.

Senior Data Advisor  Jeff McGowan

(from March 2017...initially announced as strategy director)  Founder of Bedrock Data Solutions, LLC, March 2017.  NRCC strategy director (Feb. 2015-Feb. 2017).  Director of data services at Americans for Prosperity, April 2014-  Data director (Jan. 2013-April 2014) and national deputy data director (June 2012-Jan. 2013) at the NRCC; NRCC field operations manager in the Arizona CD-8 special election (March-June 2012).  Co-founder and vice president of the 525 Group, LLC from Nov. 2009.  Political director on Sam Rohrer for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, Jan.-March 2012.  Nevada political director on Santorum for President, Jan.-Feb. 2012.  Political director on Kapanke for State Senate in LaCrosse, WI, June-Sept. 2011.  Political anaylst at Targeted Victory, July 2010-May 2011.  Deputy political director on Sue Lowden for U.S. Senate in Nevada, Jan.-June 2010.  Victory coordinator (June-Dec. 2008) and voter registration deputy director (Jan.-June 2008) for the RNC in Nevada.  From Las Vegas.

Polling Director Alexi Donovan

(Jan. 2017)  NRCC polling coordinator (Feb.-Dec. 2016) and assistant to the executive director (Feb. 2015-Dec. 2016); also served as a political intern in summer 2013.  Staff assistant at the Committee on Education and the Workforce, June 2014-Jan. 2015.  B.A. in political science and government from the University of Pittsburgh, 2014.

GIS/Business Intelligence Director  James Davidhizar

(2017)  GIS director/deputy BI director at Data Trust, Mar. 2016-Feb. 2017.  Data strategist (Jan 2015-Feb. 2017) and RPD coordinator (Jan. 2014-Jan. 2015. at the NRCC.  Studied at The University of Texas at Austin.


Communications Director  Matt Gorman

(announced Jan. 23, 2017)  Strategic campaign communications director for Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), May 2016-Jan. 2017.  Director of rapid response on Jeb 2016, June 2015-Feb. 2016; communications advisor to the Right to Rise PAC, Jan.-June 2015.  Rapid response director at the NRCC, Jan. 2013-Jan. 2015.  Deputy rapid response director (April-Nov. 2012) and research analyst (May 2011-April 2012) on Romney for President; intern at Romney's Free and Strong America PAC, Jan.-May 2011.  B.A. in political science from Stonehill College, 2011.  twitter

Deputy Communications Director  Chris Pack

(announced Feb. 10, 2017)  NRCC East regional press secretary in the 2016 cycle from Jan. 2015.  Communications director at Tom Corbett for Governor, March-Dec. 2014.  Press secretary to U.S. Rep. Ed Whitfield, Feb. 2013-March 2014.  Communications director to U.S. Rep. Rick Berg, April 2012-Jan. 2013; also communications advisor on Rick Berg for U.S. Senate.  Communications coordinator in the Office of the Majority Leader of the New York State Senate, March 2010-May 2012.  Campaign manager and director of communications at Jack Quinn for New York State Senate, June-Nov. 2010.  Worked in New York Assembly offices and campaigns, Dec. 2005-March 2010.  M.A. in communication from SUNY at Albany, 2012; B.A. in political science, criminal justice from SUNY at Albany, 2006.  twitter

National Press Secretary  Jesse Hunt

(announced Feb. 10, 2017)  Communications director on Richard Burr for U.S. Senate, May-Nov. 2016.  New Hampshire communications director (Sept. 2015-Feb. 2016) and communications and rapid response for Jeb 2016 national and earlier for Right to Rise PAC (from Jan. 2015; reported by the Miami Herald on Jan. 29, 2015).  Deputy communications director on Scott Brown for U.S. Senate in New Hampshire, May-Nov. 2014.  Digital rapid response manager for the Republican Party of Florida, March-May 2014.  Field research analyst in Baton Rouge for America Rising LLC, Oct. 2013-March 2014.  Deputy press secretary on Gabriel Gomez for U.S. Senate (MA), May-July 2013; communications on Dan Winslow for U.S. Senate (MA), March-April 2013.  B.A. in communications from Stonehill College, 2013.  twitter

Regional Press Secretary  Maddie Anderson

(announced Feb. 10, 2017)  Communications director on Brian Mast's campaign for U.S. House in FL-18.  Deputy press secretary on Carlos Beruff's primary challenge to U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio in Florida.  Iowa political director on Jindal for President.  B.A. in political science from Eastern University in Saint Davids, PA.  twitter

Regional Press Secretary  Jack Pandol

(announced Feb. 10, 2017)  Communications director on Boustany for Senate (LA), June-Nov. 2016.  Communications director to U.S. Rep. Charles Boustany (LA), June 2014-June 2016.  Communications director to U.S. Rep. Bradley Byrne (AL), Dec. 2013-June 2014.  Press secretary to U.S. Rep. Rick Crawford (AL), June-Dec. 2013.  Deputy press secretary to Rep. Boustany (Jan.-June 2013); deputy communications director on Boustany for Congress (Sept.-Dec. 2012); and legislative aide to Rep. Boustany, Nov. 2011-Sept. 2012.  Bachelor's degree in politics, Spanish from Washington and Lee University, 2011.  twitter

Director of Media Affairs  Kerry Rom

(announced Feb. 10, 2017)  Most recently in RNC communications.  Worked in research on Jeb 2016.  Coordinator (from Jan. 2015) and staff assistant (July 2013-Jan. 2015) at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.  B.A. in government from Franklin & Marshall College, 2013.  Raleigh, NC native.  twitter

Director of Content  Bradley Leonard

(announced Feb. 10, 2017)  Media and production manager (from Jan. 2015) and production assistant (June 2014-Jan. 2015) at the NRSC.  President and CEO of Bradley Leonard Design since June 2012.  Bachelor of Visual Arts from Marshall University, 2014.

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Digital Director  Ted Peterson

(announced Jan. 23, 2017)  NRCC I.E. digital director, July 2015-Jan. 2017.  Digital media strategis with Berman and Company, April 2014-July 2015.  Digital director for the U.S. House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Feb. 2013-April 2014.  Digital director on Tommy Thompson for Senate (WI), Nov. 2011-Nov. 2012.  B.A. degree from Sewanee-The University of the South.

Deputy Digital Director  Lyman Munschauer

(Feb. 2017)  Director, fundraising at Targeted Victory, Aug. 2014-Feb. 2017.  Paid intern to U.S. Rep. David Valadao, April-Aug. 2014.  B.A. in geoscience and government from Hamilton College, 2013.

Deputy Digital Director  David Sours

(Mar. 2017)  Senior manager for political accounts and strategy (June 2016-Mar. 2017) and manager of political accounts and strategy (June 2014-June 2016) at IMGE.  B.A. in political science from Virginia Tech.


Senior Advisor  Sean Philbin

(Mar. 2018)  NRCC research director, Jan. 2017-Mar. 2018  Research director and strategic communications advisor to Senate Leadership Fund/One Nation and American Crossroads/Crossroads GPS, May 2015-Dec. 2016.  NRCC deputy research director (April 2013-April 2015), senior research analyst (Jan.-April 2013), I.E. unit (April-Dec. 2012), and Midwest regional research analyst (2011-mid-2012).  Worked as a committee staffer in the U.S. Senate.  J.D. from Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law, 2010; undergraduate studies at Villanova.  twitter

Research Director  Caitlin (Sullivan) Sutherland

(Mar. 2018)  NRCC deputy research director, Feb. 2017-Mar. 2018.  Deputy research director (Sept. 2015-Feb. 2017) and senior research analyst (Nov. 2013-Sept. 2015) at American Crossroads.  Legislative assistant, state and local division (April 2012-Nov. 2013); legislative specialist, grassroots division (June 2011-April 2012); and membership division (Nov. 2010-June 2011) at the National Rifle Association.  Government relations at American Enterprise Institute, June-Sept. 2010.  B.A. in political science from Saint Mary's College, 2010.

Director of Tracking Operations  Amos Rothstein

(Feb. 2017)  Campaign manager on Dave Reichert for Congress (WA), May-Nov. 2016.  Rhode Island state director on Kasich for America, March-May 2016.  Research analyst at Freedom Partners Shared Services, Aug. 2015-April 2016.  Staff assistant to U.S. Rep. Dan Newhouse (WA), Jan.-Aug. 2015.  Field/political director on Dan Newhouse for Congress, May-Dec. 2014.  Co-founder, co-owner, server and cook at Sauced Moscow, Oct. 2013-May 2014.  Paid GOTV organizer in Asheville area on Victory North Carolina, Sept.-Nov. 2012.  B.S. in political science and government, international studies from University of Idaho, 2014.


Policy Director  Chris Del Beccaro

(announced Jan. 23, 2017)  Legislative director to U.S. Rep. Dan Donovan (NY), July 2015-Jan. 2017.  Senior legislative assistant to U.S. Rep. Jeff Denham (CA), Sept. 2011-July 2015; campaign manager on Denham's re-election, April-Nov. 2014.  Legislative correspondent to U.S. Rep. Ken Calvert, June-Sept. 2011.  Deputy campaign manager on Friends of David Harmer, 2010.  B.A. in history from Washington State University, 2008.


Finance Director  Emma Nelson

(announced Jan. 23, 2017)  Most recently a regional finance director for the NRSC. Midwest regional finance director for Right to Rise USA and later Jeb Bush’s presidential campaign.  Previously held fundraising roles at the RNC, Romney Victory and Yoder for Congress.  Graduate of the University of Texas at Austin.  Native of Kansas City, MO.

Deputy Finance Director  Dana Klein

(Jan. 2017)  A regional finance director at the NRSC, March-Dec. 2016.  Regional finance director on Jeb 2016, Feb. 2015-Feb. 2016.   Regional finance director Jan. 2013-Jan. 2015) and finance coordinator (May 2011-Nov. 2012) at the NRCC.  B.A. in political science and public health from The George Washington University, 2011.

Deputy Finance Director  Leigh Tenewitz

(Jan. 2017)  NRCC director of Member giving, Feb. 2015-Dec. 2016.  Director of communications and government affairs (Aug. 2013-Jan. 2015) and director of communications (Nov. 2011-Aug. 2013) for the March of Dimes in the Georgia.  Walk director for the American Heart Association in New Orleans, Feb. 2010-Nov. 2011.  Community director for the March of Dimes in Nashville, Jan. 2009-Feb. 2010.  M.P.A. in public administration (2008) and A.B.J. in public relations (2007) from The University of Georgia.

Major Donor Director  Alexandria Delano

(July 2017)  Coalitions manager/deputy coalitions manager for the Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation from Oct. 2013.  B.A. in history from University of Iowa, 2012.

Major Donor Director  Jimmy Sapp

(Feb. 2017)  Finance director (Dec. 2014-Feb. 2017) and La Crosse area field director (Aug.-Dec. 2014) for the Republican Party of Wisconsin.  Fraud claims investigator for Auction Insurance Agency in Homewood, AL, July 2013-Aug. 2014.  Staff assistant to U.S. Rep. Kevin Brady, Jan.-June 2013.  Advance department on Romney for President, Sept.-Nov. 2012.  Assistant campaign manager on Marty Handlon for Mayor (Alabaster), June-Sept. 2012.  B.S. in social science from Troy University, 2012.

PAC Director  Grafton Pritchartt

NRCC deputy PAC director in the 2016 cycle.  Scheduler to U.S. Rep. Dennis A. Ross (FL-15) from Jan. 2013.  Staff assistant to U.S. Rep. Tom Price (GA-06).  Degrees in journalism and public relations from the University of Mississippi, 2010.

Deputy PAC Director  Katherine Getty


National Finance Committee and Events Manager  Alex Clark

(Jan. 2017)  Executive assistant to the deputy executive director at the NRSC, Jan. 2015-Nov. 2016.  Staff assistant to U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions, (AL), July 2013-Jan. 2015.  B.A. in public relations from University of Alabama, 2013.


Director of Member Services  Jesse Walls

(announced Jan. 23, 2017)  Deputy chief of staff/legislative director (June 2014-Jan. 2017), legislative director (Nov. 2011-June 2014) and legislative assistant (Jan.-Nov. 2011) to U.S. Rep. Steve Stivers.  Legislative aide May 2010-Jan. 2011), legislative correspondent (Oct. 2007-May 2010) and staff assistant (Oct. 2005-Oct. 2007) to U.S. Sen. George Voinovich (OH).  Constitutent aide to state Sen. Joy Padgett (OH), March 2004-Sept. 2005.  B.A. in political science from The Ohio State University, 2005.


IT Director  George Griffin

(Feb. 2004)  Eighth cycle at IT director.  Owner and network engineer at Griffin Consulting, LLC, 2001-04.  IT director at Global Metro Networks, April 2000-Oct. 2001.  IT director on Forbes 2000, May 1999-March 2000.  IT for SoftMed Systems,1998-99.  Director of network services at the RNC, 1995-98.

Cyber Security Lead  Rob Ogorek

(Aug. 2016)  Cyber security associate at Booz Allen Hamilton, Aug. 2014-Aug. 2016.  Network administrator at the NRCC, Jan. 2013-Aug. 2014.  Network operations at the RNC, July-Dec. 2012.  B.A. in political science from UC Irvine, 2012.


Operations Director  Megan Schenewerk

(announced Jan. 23, 2017)  NRCC human resources and administrative manager (July 2013-Dec. 2016) and office manager/front desk (Jan.-July 2013).  Executive assistant (July 2012-Jan. 2013) and staff assistant (Jan.-June 2012) to U.S. Rep. Greg Walden (OR).  B.S. in history and American politics from Corban University in Oregon, 2008.


CFO  Rob Jentgens

(started as controller i.e. director of accounting/treasury Sept. 2011; became CFO in 2013 after Ben Ottenhoff moved over to the RNC)  President of RDJ Consulting, July 2009-Sept. 2011.  Director of accounting at the NRSC, Aug. 2007-July 2009.  Deputy CFO on Romney for President, Inc. Jan.-Aug. 2007.  Accounting and logistics manager at Wishoo, 2001-04.  M.B.A. in finance from University of Cincinnati College of Business, 2001; B.A. in history, political science from Indiana University Bloomington, 1995.

Associate Counsel  Caleb Hayes

(Sept. clerk for the NRCC, May 2015-Sept. 2017)  Hays served as political director on Lynn Jenkins for Congress (KS), May-Aug. 2014; worked field on Jenkins' 2012 campaign, Sept.-Nov. 2012, and served as an intern and congressional aide to U.S. Rep. Jenkins, Jan.-Aug. 2012.  He was also state chairman of the Kansas Federation of College Republicans, Feb. 2012-May 2014.  J.D. from William & Mary Law School, 2017; M.B.A. in marketing, entrepreneurship from The University of Kansas, 2014; B.A. in Spanish from Pittsburg State University, 2012.


Independent Expenditure Director  Joe King

(joined the NRCC as senior advisor in Oct. 2017)  Founder (2003) and president of King Strategic Communications in Gahanna, Ohio.  Principal at Victory Direct, LLC from 2009.  Executive director of the Georgia Republican Party, Sept. 1997-Sept. 1999.  Executive director of the Pennsylvania Republican Party, Feb. 1995-Nov. 1997.  B.A. in political science and government from Ohio State University, 1990.

i.E. Digital Director  Daria Grastara

(Apr. 2018)  Moved over from digital strategist for the NRCC from Mar. 2017.  Digital director (Sept. 2016-Feb. 2017) and deputy digital director (Apr.-Aug. 2016) at FP1 Strategies, LLC.  Digital analyst at Jeb 2016, Inc., Aug. 2015-Feb 2016.  Studied government and English at William & Mary.

I.E. Operations Manager  Daniella Propati

(Apr. 2018)  Moved over from position as NRCC accounting analyst and travel manager, Oct. 2017-Apr 2018.  Studied political science and government at Miami University.


Deputy Press Secretary  Abby Camp  ...Oct. 2017 deputy coalitions director for U.S. House Ag Committee

(announced Feb. 10, 2017)  Scheduler/press assistant in the U.S. House, Feb. 2016-Feb. 2016.  Staff assistant in the U.S. House, Aug. 2015-Feb. 2016.  Leadership development consultant to Pi Beta Phi Fraternity, July 2014-May 2015.  B.A. in sociology, criminology from The Ohio State University, 2014.

Regional Political Director  Chasen Bullock   ...Aug. 2017 campaign manager on Luke Messer for U.S. Senate (IN)

(announced Feb. 10, 2017 to Aug. 2017)  Campaign manager on Sen. Rand Paul's (KY) 2016 re-election campaign.  South Carolina state director on Rand Paul for President from April 2015.  Campaign manager on Doug Ose for Congress (Sacramento, CA), Dec. 2013-Nov. 2014.  Campaign manager on David Yancey for Delegate (Newport News, VA), Sept.-Nov. 2013.  Staff assistant in the U.S. House, Dec. 2012-Aug. 2013.  Campaign manager on Sam Graves for Congress (Kansas City, MO), Aug.-Nov. 2012.  Associate at Axiom Strategies in Kansas City, MO, April-Nov. 2012.  Campaign manager on Bill Stouffer for Missouri Secretary of State, April-Aug. 2012.  Campaign manager on Bette Grande for Congress (ND), Jan.-April 2012.  Deputy campaign manger on Joe Walsh for Congress (IL), Oct. 2011-Jan. 2012.  District representative in the California State Assembly, Jan.-July 2011.  Coalitions coordinator on Meg Whitman for Governor (CA), July 2009-Nov. 2010.  Also worked on a couple of city council races. B.A. in economics from Cal State University San Marcos.  twitter

Director of Marketing  Sarah Rhoden June 2017

(May 2015 to June 2017)  Started at the NRCC as director mail manager, May 2013-April 2015.  Finance at Romney for President, May-Nov. 2012.  Studies at Brigham Young University.