Chris Georgia most recently served as the digital director for Florida Governor Jeb Bush’s presidential campaign, where he was responsible for and oversaw all online persuasion advertising, online fundraising, development and web design.
Ahead of his time with Governor Bush, Georgia co-founded the payment processing company Revv, which powered payments for four major presidential campaigns. With his co-founders, Georgia created an out-of-the-box one-click payments tool which, to date, has allowed clients to increase donations by 390% on saved credit cards.
In the 2014 cycle, Georgia led all digital operations for the National Republican Congressional Committee’s (NRCC) independent expenditure (IE) unit. With a focus on finding voters as they moved with cross-device and cross-channel targeting, Georgia directed the investment of more than $5 million across 20 congressional districts, helping to secure a historic Republican majority.
Before heading up the digital effort for the NRCC’s IE, Georgia was deputy digital director for the NRCC, where he worked to build the online fundraising operation, analytics team and digital political team. These efforts laid the groundwork for the largest expansion in online fundraising in the committee’s history.
Prior to his work for the NRCC, Georgia served as the digital director for the American Action Network and American Action Forum. In that capacity, he oversaw the millions of dollars the groups spent in online advertising, with a particular focus on the Hispanic Leadership Network, where he managed all event-based digital operations, including co-hosting a presidential debate with CNN.