Aaron Myers is a political consultant specializing in online communication.
Aaron is a veteran of four Democratic presidential campaigns over three cycles. He has guided Internet strategy and technical operations for a variety of campaigns, large events, non-profit organizations, labor unions, and corporate clients.
In 2008, Aaron was the online communications director for the Democratic National Convention in Denver. He previously worked as Internet director for John Edwards’ presidential campaign in Chapel Hill, N.C.
In April 1999, as a college student, Aaron began working for Al Gore’s primary campaign. After graduating in 2000, he moved from Washington to Nashville and began work as the Gore campaign’s senior Web producer. He joined John Edwards’ first presidential campaign in 2002 as director of Internet operations. When Edwards exited the 2004 primaries, Aaron joined John Kerry’s campaign staff - managing the Web team. At the end of 2006, he found himself back in North Carolina to oversee all online operations for John Edwards’ second presidential bid.
Between presidential campaigns, Aaron worked for Iowa Senator Tom Harkin and consulted on dozens of projects for political, corporate, advocacy, and labor clients. He designed Al Gore’s personal Web site and he helped create the UFCW’s award-winning Wake Up Wal-Mart online campaign. Aaron has managed editorial content, creative teams, and technical challenges.
Aaron is a native of Philadelphia - though his career has kept him from staying in any one place very long. (For about 11 years, home has been in Washington, D.C.) He learned Web design at Philadelphia’s George Washington High School in the mid-1990s. In 2000, Aaron graduated from the George Washington University with a degree in Political Communication.
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