12 December 2013 5:18 pm
Q&A With Beth Myers, Senior Republican Strategist
ATG|Chartwell sat down with Beth Myers recently to discuss her insights on lessons from the 2012 election, the future of the republican party, the evolution of campaigns over the last decades, and more. Beth Myers was Mitt Romney’s chief of staff during all four years of his Governorship, served as his campaign manager in his 2008 bid for the Presidency, and a senior advisor during his 2012 Campaign; she has been called Romney’s “closest personal advisor,” and has worked on Republican campaigns since 1980. Beth currently is a partner in a strategy consulting firm, serves on the Board of Advisors for the University of Chicago Institute of Politics, and as Co-chair of the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg Working Group on Presidential General Election Debates. She recently completed a term as a Fellow at Harvard University’s Institute of Politics, and will be a Visiting Fellow at the University of Chicago IOP in 2014.