People-Former Sen. John Edwards (D-NC)
updated Oct. 7, 2006
ONE AMERICA COMMITTEE
and founder of Hilltop
Public Solutions. Previously served for five years as a principal
at the Dewey Square Group. National campaign manager for Senator
John Edwards’ presidential campaign starting in Jan. 2003. New Hampshire
primary state director for Vice President Al Gore’s 2000 presidential campaign.
Directed and managed Gore's political action committee, Leadership ‘98.
Eastern Political Director in the White House Office of Political Affairs,
1997. Director, Florida Democratic coordinated campaign, fall 1996;
state director in New Hampshire, Wisconsin and New Jersey, 1996 primary
campaign. Campaign director of the 1994 Rhode Island coordinated
campaign. Northeast political director at the DNC, 1993. A
field director in the 1992 Clinton primary campaign. B.S. from Georgetown
University; J.D. from New York University School of Law.
Previously Legislative Representative
at the AFL-CIO.
Communications director on Edwards'
vice presidential campaign; press secretary for Edwards for President in
the Iowa caucus campaign starting in March 2003. Previously press
secretary for the DCCC. In 2000 she served as Midwest communications
director for the Gore campaign. A native of Oklahoma, Rubey graduated
from Georgetown University with a degree in American Government.
(announced Oct. 6, 2006)
Has served as a strategic online advisor for global NGOs, Democratic senatorial
campaigns, and numerous progressive and environmental organizations and
initiatives throughout the country. Director of Internet Communications
for Governor Howard Dean's presidential campaign; left his home in Moab,
Utah and showed up at Dean's headquarters in March 2003; launched the first
presidential campaign weblog, Dean's Blog for America. Edited The
Glen Canyon Reader (Feb. 2003). M.S. degree from the University
of Montana, Missoula, and a B.A. degree from the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill.
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