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Who is Sara Fagen
Sara Fagen is DDC Advocacy’s chief political strategist. From her work at the White House to her keen eye for integrating technology and politics, Sara Fagen offers considerable insight and expertise to client campaigns. In this role, Sara creates customized strategies for advocacy campaigns, often integrating cutting-edge micro-targeting and other data-driven approaches.
Sara earned her reputation as one of the nation’s leading political and issue campaign strategists, when serving as a senior aide and White House Political Director for President George W. Bush, as well as playing a pivotal part in the 2004 Bush-Cheney re-election campaign. During the campaign, The Wall Street Journal called her a “data whiz,” and said: “As a top strategist for the 2004 Bush-Cheney re-election efforts, Fagen helped perfect political micro-targeting.” She also served as a senior strategist helping to direct the President’s message development, paid media strategy, and opinion research.
After leaving the White House in 2007, Sara founded BlueFront Strategies, a strategic consulting and issue advocacy firm focused on providing results-oriented, cutting-edge solutions. In 2011, DDC Advocacy acquired BlueFront Strategies, and Sara became a partner of our firm. When she isn’t consulting with DDC Advocacy clients, Sara’s commentary can be seen on CNBC, where she is a regular contributor.
Fagen hails from Dubuque, Iowa, and graduated from Drake University with a B.S. in Finance and a minor in Economics.