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The GOP Digital Slingshot: How Republicans Closed The Digital Gap And Position Themselves For Success in 2016
A Discussion Panel On Republican Advancements In Digital Media
Washington, DC – Join Go BIG Media Inc. on Tuesday, February 17th for free drinks, food, and a discussion panel on the GOP’s advancements in digital media and what it has in-store for the 2016 cycle. Joining the panel are representatives from the National Republican Senatorial Committee, National Republican Congressional Committee, Facebook and the U.S. Chamber.
WHAT: ‘The GOP Digital Slingshot’ (A panel on GOP advancements in digital media)
WHEN: Tuesday, February 17th 5:00PM – 7:00PM
WHERE: The Loft, 4th Floor, 600 F Street NW, Washington, DC
PANEL: Tim Cameron (NRSC), Tom Newhouse (NRCC), Annie Lewis (Facebook), Eileen Goulding Braden (U.S. Chamber)
**Free beer, wine, and food
Tim Cameron, Chief Digital Strategist, NRSC
As the NRSC’s Chief Digital Strategist, Tim Cameron will pick up where he left off in 2014, helping defend the GOP's new found majority in the U.S. Senate. Prior to his work at the NRSC, Cameron served as Director of Digital Media for the House Republican Conference.
Tom Newhouse, Digital Director, NRCC
Last cycle, Tom Newhouse served as the NRCC’s Digital Director, helping the committee successfully defend the House Majority, while picking up an additional thirteen seats. In 2016, Tom will continue in his role and work to further strengthen the Republican majority. Prior to serving at the Committee, Tom was a manager for client strategy at Targeted Victory.
Annie Lewis, Client Partner, Facebook
Annie is a client partner at Facebook, where she drives strategic marketing initiatives with conservative political organizations and advocacy groups. Previously, Annie was a Relationship Manager at Google, where she managed top advertising accounts. She has also worked for Governor Romney, the RNC, and Magic Hat Brewing Company. Annie earned an AB from Harvard College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Eileen Goulding Braden, VP of Political Affairs and Federation Relations, U.S. Chamber
Eileen Goulding Braden is the vice president for the Political Affairs and Federation Relations division at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce where she is responsible for managing the Chamber’s grassroots, small business, political, and election-related activities. In the 2014 election cycle, Braden helped to execute the largest political program in the Chamber’s history. She directly oversaw strategy for digital media and online engagement, press outreach, voter education campaigns, and endorsement events with federal candidates across the country. The U.S. Chamber was successful in 94% of all races engaged in and in 14 out of the 15 primaries, special elections, and runoffs where an investment was made.
Phillip Stutts, CEO, Go BIG Media (Moderator)
Phillip is founder and CEO of Go BIG Media (formerly Phillip Stutts & Company Inc). He is the former campaign manager for Bobby Jindal’s first run for Louisiana governor and served as National Get-Out-The-Vote Director for President Bush's 2004 campaign.
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