Who is Joshua Baca
As DDC Advocacy’s Senior Vice President of Campaign Services, Joshua Baca provides strategic counsel to our clients, ensuring the flawless execution of their campaigns. Leveraging past campaign experience, as well as his deep understanding of coalition building, politics, and advocacy, Joshua serves as a strategic partner to DDC Advocacy’s clients, managing multi-faceted programs for Fortune 100 corporations, major associations, and trade organizations.
Prior to his role as Vice President of Campaign Services, Joshua served as the National Coalitions Director for former Governor Mitt Romney’s Presidential campaign. In his position with Romney for President, Joshua oversaw outreach to targeted communities and groups, as well as extensive get-out-the-vote efforts and activities.
Joshua helped launch over 20 national coalitions and worked closely with various campaign staff members to implement several initiatives on behalf of Romney for President, including a robust, targeted voter contact program, a strong digital presence for the coalitions, and extensive earned and paid media campaigns. In his role, Joshua helped build relationships with key groups, organizations, and individuals invested politically in the campaign; organized events around the country; and became a spokesman on critical issues for the campaign, with quotes featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Politico, and other news outlets.
Prior to his role with Romney for President, Joshua served as a Campaign Director at DDC Advocacy for over three years, working closely with some of the firm’s most important clients. In this role, Joshua successfully developed campaign strategies for coalitions and political, corporate, and non-profit clients. Joshua joined DDC Advocacy in 2008 after working for several campaigns and on Capitol Hill, including as Legislative Assistant and Field Director for U.S. Representative Heather Wilson (R-NM).
Joshua received his M.A. in Government with a focus on Political Communication from Johns Hopkins University and his B.A. in Political Science from Texas Tech University.