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State Director L.T. McCrimmon
(reported by The News Observer on June 25,
2020) Deputy legislative director for Gov. Roy
Cooper. Deputy director of government affairs at the NC
Department Health & Human Services. Federal liaison
for the NC Department Health & Human Services.
Worked on Capitol Hill for five years for U.S. Rep. Bob
Etheridge (NC). Bachelorís degrees in political science
and criminal justice from Shaw University, 2005. twitter
Senior Advisor Scott Falmen
Partner at Nexus Strategies, Inc. in Raleigh from 2007. Executive director at the North Carolina Democratic Party, 1999-2005. Executive director at the Democratic Party of Florida, Mar. 1995-Nov. 1998; directed Florida Democrats' 1994 Coordinated Campaign. Senior advisor to Florida Gov. Lawton Chiles and as chief of staff to the majority leader of the Florida Senate. Worked at National Telecommunications Systems Inc. from 1985-90. B.A. in political science from Georgetown College, 1985.
State Advisor and Chief of Staff Maggie Thompson
(July 2020; started on the campaign as an
education working group member of the Biden-Sanders Unity Task
Force in Apr. 2020 North Carolina state director on
Warren for President, Aug. 2019-Mar. 2020. Executive
director of Generation Progress, Jan. 2014-Dec. 2018.
Campaign manager on Higher Ed, Not Debt, Jan. 2014-Jan.
2016. Regional program director on Common Purpose
Project, Nov. 2011-Mar. 2013. Special assistant for land
and water quality at the White House Council on Environmental
Quality, July 2010-Nov. 2011. Special assistant to the
director at USCIS, July 2009-July 2010. Regional field
director in Saint Paul, MN, Aberdeen, SD (May-Nov. 2018) and
field organizer in NV, NM, TX and PA (Sept. 2007-Apr. 2008) on
Obama for America. Bachelor's degree in economics and
classical archaeology from Macalester College. twitter
Political Director Katie Hendrickson
(announced July 22, 2020) North Carolina
political director on Mike Bloomberg 2020, Dec. 2019-Mar.
2020. Deputy Director of Boards and Commissions to Gov.
Roy Cooper from Jan. 2017. Transition aide to Gov-Elect
Cooper, Nov. 2016-Jan. 2017. National advance staff on
Hillary for America, Sept. 2015-Nov. 2016. Property
manager/event coordinator and development associate at Lookout
Ventures, Inc. in Raleigh, Sept. 2012-Apr. 2016. B.S. in
business administration, entrepreneurship from North Carolina
State University, 2012. twitter
Coalitions Director Bajeyah Eaddy
(announced July 22, 2020...earlier special
projects director from Mar. 2020 and started as regional
political director in Greenville on Biden's SC primary
campaign, Aug. 2019-Feb. 2020) Corporate event
manager/planner at Bajeyah Eaddy & Associates LLC in
Greenville, SC from Jan. 2017. Case manager/founder at
Standing Against Violence Everyday from July 2012. Case
manager for Goodwill Industries of Upstate/Midlands from Dec.
2017. Case manager at Family Footprint, Mar.-Aug.
Communications Director Maya Humes
(announced July 22, 2020) A consultant
for Stockton, California Mayor Michael Tubbs's Reinvent
Stockton Foundation and his chief of staff when he was
national co-chair of Mike Bloomberg's presidential
campaign. California communications director on Kamala
Harris for the People, Aug. 2019-Jan. 2020. National
press secretary at NextGen America from May 2018.
Content marketing manager at Lever from 2016. Master's
degree in communications and media studies (2015) and B.A. in
American studies (2014) from Stanford University; senior class
president, Sept. 2013-June 2014. twitter
Press Secretary and Director of Coalition Communications Subhan Cheema
(Aug. 2020) National spokesman for
Climate Power 220, May-July 2020. Communications
director for Congressional Progressive Caucus Co-Chair Pramila
Jayapal, Oct. 2019-May 2020. Deputy communications
director (June-Oct. 2019) and press secretary (June 2018-June
2019) to U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal. Director of
strategic communications (health and wellness) for The Glover
Park Group, Feb. 2017-July 2018. Deputy director of
speechwriting at U.S. Department of HHS, Aug. 2016-Jan.
2017. Deputy director of strategic communications at
Harbage Consulting, LLC, Oct. 2014-Aug. 2016. Special
assistant to the chief of staff and senior speechwriter to the
Secretary (Apr. 2012-Oct. 2014) and special assistant to the
Director of Intergovernmental and External Affairs (Oct.
2011-Apr. 2012) at U.S. Department f HHS. B.A. in
political science and sociology from UC Davis. twitter
Regional Press Secretary Giovanni Rocco
(Aug. 2020) Senior communications
associate at the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, May
2019-Aug. 2020. Press associate for Generation Progress
at Center for American Progress, Sept. 2017-Apr. 2019.
Field organizer in Weston for the Florida Democratic Party,
Aug.-Nov. 2016. Bachelor's degrees in communication and
media studies and political science from Florida State
Regional Press Secretary Ellie Turner
(Aug. 2020) Associate at Hamilton Place
Strategies, Jan. 2019-Aug. 2020. Press assistant on
McCaskill for Missouri, May-Nov. 2018. Bachelor's dere
from Washington University in St. Louis, 2018.
Fight for NC (Coordinated Campaign)
Director David Berrios
(announced July 22, 2020) National
deputy campaign director for Organizing Together 2020,
Apr.-June 2020. National organizing director (Sept.
2019-Feb. 2020) and Nevada deputy organizing director (June
2019-Jan. 2020 on Cory 2020. Midwest political and
organizing director at the DNC, June 2018-May 2019. GOTV
director for the Ohio Democratic Party, Sept.-Nov. 2018.
Project manager (Jna. 2017-June 2018), senior associate
(July-Dec. 2016) and associate (Jan. 2015-June 2016) at 270
Strategies. Regional field director for Battleground
Texas, Apr.-Nov. 2014. Organizer for The Climate Reality
Project, Mar. 2013-Mar. 2014. Field organizer in Fort
Collins, CO on the Obama campaign, Aug.-Nov. 2012.
Parent and community AmeriCorps at Greenbrier Learning Center
in Arlington, VA, Nov. 2010-Aug. 2011. B.A. in peace and
conflict studies from UC Berkeley, 2010. twitter
Senior Advisor Douglas Wilson
(announced July 22, 2020) Founder
(Sept. 2019) and principal of Alexander Wilson Consulting
LLC (AWC Consulting), a political and public affairs company
in Charlotte. Deputy executive director at the North
Carolina Democratic Party, May 2015-Sept. 2019.
Political director on Kay Hagen for U.S. Senate, Mar.-Nov.
2014. Political director at the North Carolina
Democratic Party, Apr. 2012-Mar. 2014. Body man on
Anthony Foxx for Mayor, 2011. SC state director for
Repower America, Apr. 2009-Sept. 2010. Director of
constituency outreach on the South Carolina Campaign for
Change, Aug.-Nov. 2008. Consultant to the SC House
Democratic Caucus, June-Aug. 2008. Campaign manager on
Mayor Frank E. Willis' campaign, Apr.-June 2008.
Regional field director in SC on Obama for America, May
2007-Feb. 2008. Senior reimbursement counselor at Lash
Group, Aug. 2001-May 2007. Patient account
representative at Carolinas Healthcare System, Dec.
2002-Mar. 2005. Master's of health administration from
Pfeiffer University, 2005; B.S. in exercise science from
University of South Carolina. twitter
Organizing Director Amanda Clarke
(announced July 22, 2020) Trainer for the
National Democratic Training Committee from Nov. 2018.
Communications associate for Children's Defense Fund-Texas,
May-July 2020. Worked on the Bloomberg campaign in
Texas. Consultant to Future Now Fund/Future Now Action
in Texas, Jan.-July 2020. Regional director on Run for
Something, June 2018-Dec. 2019. Organizing director on
de Blasio 2017, June-Nov. 2017. Organizing director on
Jim Johnson for Governor (NJ), Dec. 2016-June 2017.
Voter registration director and deputy organizing director
(central) on NC Democrats' Coordinated Campaign, Sept.-Nov.
2016. Voter registration director with the NC Democratic
Party, July-Sept. 2016. Regional organizing director for
the Democratic Party of Virginia, April-July 2016.
Regional organizing director in Boise, ID (Feb.-March 2016)
and field organizer in Reno, NV (July 2015-Feb. 2016) on
Hillary for America. Outreach team lead for the City of
New York, Department of Homeless Services, May-July
2015. Regional field director at Airbnb for Hilltop
Public Solutions, Dec. 2014-May 2015. Regional vote
director on Ro Khanna for Congress (CA), Jan.-Nov. 2014.
Field organizer on New Yorkers for de Blasio, Sept.-Nov.
2013. B.A. in literary studies from The New School,
GOTV Director Owen Berger
(announced July 22, 2020) North Carolina organizing director on Warren for President, Oct. 2019-Mar. 2020. Deputy field director on Dan McCready for Congress, July-Sept. 2019. Field director on Richard Bew for Congress (NC), Mar.-May 2019. Deputy organizing director in the 2nd CD (Sept.-Nov. 2018) and regional organizing director (May-Sept. 2018) on the New Hampshire Democratic Coordinated Campaign. Campaign manager on Jen Mangrum for N.C. Senate, Jan.-May 2018. Organizer in Fairfax for the Democratic Party of Virginia, July-Nov. 2017. Field representative in GA-6 for the Progressive Turnout Project, Apr.-June 2017. Petition organizer for One Commonwealth PAC (Mark Herring in Virginia), Jan.-Mar. 2017. Field organizer in Gettysburg for the Pennsylvania Democratic Party, Aug.-Nov. 2016. Staff assistant in the U.S.Senate, Aug.-July 2016. Research associate for The Hawthorn Group, June 2013-July 2015. M.A. in history (2015) and B.A. in government and international relations (2013) from George Mason University. twitter
Digital Organizing Director Alexis Hebert
(announced July 22, 2020) North Carolina
digital director for Organizing Together 2020. North
Carolina digital director on Mike Bloomberg 2020, Dec.
2019-Mar. 2020. Senior digital and communications
advisor on Emerge Kentucky, July-Dec. 2019. Digital
strategist at Future Majority, Mar.-Nov. 2019. Director
of digital at CounterPoint Messaging, 2018-Mar. 2019.
Co-executive director at Emerge Kentucky, Apr. 2016-Mar.
2018. Deputy finance director on Conway-Overly for
Kentucky, Jan.-Nov. 2015. B.A. in government and French
from Centre College, 2014. twitter
Data Director Hannah Slovut
(announced July 22, 2020) North Carolina
data director for Organizing Together 2020. National
data manager (Oct. 2019-Mar. 2020), acting Iowa data director
(Nov. 2019-Feb. 2020) and VAN administrator (Apr.-Sept. 2019)
on Amy for America. Deputy field director
(Aug.-Nov. 2018) and organizing/training director (Jan.-Aug.
2018) on Angie Craig for Congress/Minnesota DFL.
Campaign manager on Phillipe Cunningham for Minneapolis,
Aug.-Dec. 2017. B.A. in political science from
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, 2019.
Deputy Coordinated Coalitions Director for AAPI and Progressive Engagement Vinod Thomas
(announced Sept. 20, 2020) Director of
test prep at Davidson Learning Center from Sept. 2009.
Masterís degree in comprehensive science education from
UNC-Charlotte, 2020; undergraduate degree from Davidson
College. Grew up in Davidson.
Deputy Coordinated Coalitions Director for Youth and LGBTQ + Engagement Rina Patel
(Aug. 2020) Associate director of allied groups for the Democratic National Convention Committee, Mar.-Aug. 2020. Legislative aide for the Congressional Equality Caucus (Aug. 2019-Mar. 2020) and legislative correspondent to U.S. Rep. Madeleine Dean (Jan.-Aug. 2019). Policy aide (July 2018-Jan 2019) and staff assistant (Mar.-July 2018) to U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs ranking member McCaskill. Policy fellow at Civic Nation, Jan.-Mar. 2018. Sustainability consultant at Comcast, Oct.-Dec. 2017. B.A. in growth and structure of cities and environmental studies from Bryn Mawr College, 2017.
North Carolina Democratic Party
Chairman Wayne Goodwin
(elected ) Candidate for North Carolina
Insurance Commissioner in Nov. 2020. CEO and president
of Seaboard Strategic Consulting, LLC from Mar. 2017. Served
two terms as Insurance Commissioner, Jan. 2009-Jan. 2017,
defeated in 2016 re-election bid. Assistant
Commissioner of Insurance, Sept. 2005-Jan. 2009.
Assistant general counsel for NC Commissioner of Insurance,
May-Sept. 2005. Owner of Goodwin Law Offies, Julky
1998-Apr. 2005. Served four terms as state
representative in the NC General Assembly, 1996-2004.
President of Young Democrats of North Carolina,
1995-97. Associate attorney at the law offices of
Woodrow W. Gunter, II, Sept. 1992-June 1998. News
announcer, music DJ and commercial production at WAYN-900 AM
Radio, 1983-93. J.D. from UNC School of Law, 1992, and
B.A. in political science from UNC at Chapel Hill,
1989. Native of Hamlet, NC.
First Vice Chair Dr. Bobbie Richardson
Second Vice Chair Matt Hughes
Third Vice Chair Nida Allam
Secretary Melvin Williams
Treasurer Anna Tilghman
Assoc. of County Chairs President Jeff Rose
Executive Director Meredith Cuomo
(July 2019; started as finance director in
Mar. 2017) Finance director for the North Carolina
Senate Democratic Caucus, Mar. 2016-Mar. 2017.
Paralegal/business development director for The Mueller Law
Firm, P.A. in Raleigh, Mar. 2016-Mar. 2017. Resource
development director for United Way of NC-State Employees
Combined Campaign 2010-2014. B.A. in political science
and governmment and communication studies from UNC Chapel
Hill, 1999. twitter
Senior Communications Advisor Robert
Political Director Lorenzo Pedro
Digital Director Lillian Badgett
Finance Director Ian Shannon
Senior Counsel and Voter Protection
Director Seth Morris
National Convention and Special
Projects Julia Lee
Minority Affairs/Organizing Director
Deputy Communications Director
Brigid Godfrey twitter
Deputy Digital Director Kayla Jacobs