(updated May 22, 2019)
Williamson for President, presidential campaign committee, announced on
2019) Senior director of government relations for Human
Rights First, June 2015-June 2017. Managing director of
Integrated Capital Strategies, an asset management and financial
services firm, Jan. 2009-Dec. 2013. Political consultant at
Eye2eye Communications, June 2004-Mar. 2010. National director of
political affairs to Vice President Al Gore, 1997-2000. Chief of
staff to U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush, 1993-97. Ohio state director on
Clinton-Gore, June-Nov. 1996. Midwest political desk at the DCCC,
1992. Midwest political director at the DNC, 1989-91.
Started out as a field staffer on U.S. Rep. Dick Gephardt's 1987-88
presidential campaign. B.A. in government and international
studies from University of South Carolina-Columbia. From South
Deputy Campaign Manager Michelle Macrina
Field director on Sen. John Kerry's 2003-04 South Carolina primary campaign. Served as treasurer of Greenville County Democrats through to the beginning of 2003. Field director for Sen. Max Cleland's 2002 re-election campaign. Regional field director for the South Carolina Democratic Party Coordinated Campaign in 2002.
Volunteer Director Alyssa O'Mara
Communications Director Patricia Ewing
Partner at PLUS Strategic Advisors from June 2014;
partner at Aletheia Communications from Jan. 2013. Principal at
Dewey Square Group, July 2011-Jan. 2013. Partner at eye2eye
communications, July 2000-Aug. 2011. Senior advisor to the chair
of the DNC, 1999-2000. Deputy chief of staff to Vice President Al
Gore, 1997-99. Owner of Ewing Communications, Sept. 1984-Dec.
1997. Deputy chief of staff to U.S. Sen. Harris Wofford (PA),
1993-94. Political director for the New York State Democratic
Committee, 1989-99. Business to business executive for the State
of New York, 1988-89. Account executive for DDB Needham, May
1986-Aug. 1988. B.A in political science, international relations
from University of Delaware, 1984.
National Press Secretary Juan A. Rodriguez
policy proposals Department of Peace
Policy Director Eleanor LeCain
President of The Breakthrough Way since Jan.
2008. Host at PRN Radio since 2015. Speaker and consultant
since 1991. National director of Feminist Majority's She Wins We
Win campaign, July 2016-May 2018. Campaign manager on Marianne
Williamson for Congress in the 2014 primary. Deputy director on
Livingstone campaign, 2013. Greater Boston GOTV on Elizabeth
Warren's Senate campaign in 2012. Assistant Secretary of State
(Dec. 1989-91) and executive director of Blueprint 2000 (Dec. 1987-Dec.
1989) for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Master's degree in
law and public policy from UC Berkeley School of Law; B.A. in economics
from Yale University. Author of
Breakthrough Solutions: How to
Improve Your Life and Change the World by Building on What Work.
Director of Agape International Spiritual Center from
March 2010. twitter
Data Director Jeff Marshall
Based in North Carolina. Data manager on
David Wilson Brown for U.S. House (NC), June-Nov. 2018. Data
manager on Jenny Marshall for U.S. House (NC), Dec. 2016-June
Manufacturing engineer at Haworth (May 2016-Sept. 2017), Randstad (Oct.
2015-May 2016), Siemens (Feb.-Sept. 2015), Caterpillar Inc. (2012-14),
and Tric Company Inc (Aug. 2011-April 2012. Associate's degree in
mechanical engineering from GTCC, 2015; studied at Ivy Tech Community
Legal Andrew Werbrock
Partner in political law at Remcho, Johansen and Percell, LLP. Previously worked for seven years in the Political Law Group at Perkins Coie LLP. J.D. from Harvard Law School, 2007; undergraduate degreee from Williams College, 2000.
Advisor and New Hampshire State
(announced Feb. 16, 2019) Of Counsel to Shaheen & Gordon, P.A. since 2012; also is a musician and active in arts and entertainment. Democratic nominee for the open U.S. Senate seat held by Sen. Judd Gregg (R) in 2010, losing to Kelly Ayotte by 60.1% to 36.7%. Elected to Congress in 2006, defeating Rep. Bass by 52.7% to 45.6%; president of the freshman class; re-elected in 2008, def. Jennifer Horn. Unsuccessful candidate for Congress against U.S. Rep. Charlie Bass (R) in NH-2 in 2004. Partner and shareholder at Shaheen & Gordon, 1996-2006. Attorney in private practice, 1983-96. An Assistant Attorney General, 1980-82. Attorney with the NH Department of Justice, 1978-80. J.D. from Boston College Law School, 1978; B.A. in French, theater from Dartmouth College, 1972. Born in New York City.
Nevada State Director David Bagley
On leave from positions as president of Bull City Works, LLC in Las
Vegas from Dec. 2016;
president of One Future from Jan. 2019. Regional
field director for CADC, LLC in Las Vegas, July-Nov. 2018.
Founding board member of High Point Peacemakers (NC), Sept. 2017-June
2018; senior advisor to High Point International Community Clinic, May
2017-June 2018. Director of education at the Sylvan Learning
Center in Raleigh-Durham, Aug. 2015-Nov. 2016. Nutritionist at
Dribble Delights in Glasgow, UK. Business owner at MDDM
Properties, Nov. 2008-Feb. 2014. English teacher in Georgia,
(Europe) Aug.-Dec. 2012. Air chemist for the City of Philadelphi,
Sept. 2009-May 2011. M.Sc. in clinical nutrition from University
of Glasgow, 2015; B.A. in sociology and B.S. in biological sciences
from Drexel University, 2013.
South Carolina State
Gloria Bromell Tinubu
(per campaign, Feb. 18,
candidate Phil Noble's pick for running mate in the June 2018
Democratic primary. City of Georgetown's director of economic
development, Feb. 2017-April 2018. Part of the South Carolina
Leadership Team that endorsed Bernie Sanders in Nov. 2015.
Two-time Democratic nominee
for Congress in CD-7, losing to U.S. Rep. Tom Rice (R) 60% to 40%
in 2014 and losing to Rice by 55.5% to 44.4% in 2012. Returned to
Sourth Carolina in 2011 to teach in the College of Business
Administration at Coastal Carolina University. Elected to the
Georgia House in 2010, but resigned effective Dec. 2011.
President of Barber-Scotia College, an HBCU in Concord, NC, from July
2004-2006. Founder and CEO of Atlanta Cooperative Development
Corporation, 2001-04. Candidate for Mayor of Atlanta in 1997
(obtained 14% of the vote) and 2001 (16% of the vote), endorsed by the
Party. Elected to the Atlanta City Council in 1993 and served for
four years. Professor and earlier associate professor of
economics at Spelman College in Atlanta, starting in 1986; eventually
served as chair of the department. Ph.D. in applied economics
from Clemson University, 1986; M.S. in agricultural economics from
Clemson University, 1977; B.F.A. from Howard University, 1974, after a
year at the University of South Carolina. South Carolina native;
grew up in Plantersville (Georgetown County).
Presidential Exploratory Committee, announced on
Nov. 15, 2018