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Whitney LaJaunie

National Project Director

Whitney LaJaunie has been active is local, state and National politics for 9 years. Beginning her career in politics at age 18 with George P. Bush’s 2014 campaign for Texas Land Commissioner, her passion campaign work was ignited and she quickly navigated from intern to Field Director.

Throughout college, she worked numerous campaigns at all levels, from city council races and legislative races, to statewide races in Texas, to the statewide director for Jeb Bush’s 2016 College Outreach program, MissionNext.

She was heavily involved in the Texas Federation of College Republicans, serving on the board of Texas A&M’s chapter, and as the statewide Executive Director.

In 2016, Whitney took a semester off of school at Texas A&M in order to serve as a Victory Field Director for the Republican Party of Texas. It was then that she realized that a career in politics was what she wanted the most, and was all in.

After graduating with a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Political Science from Texas A&M in 2017, Whitney began serving as a Field Director for Wright Williams & Associates, managing field teams in races across the country.

In 2018, she began a 3 year stint in political communications. She served as Social Media Strategist for the Texas General Land Office and as the Digital Director for George P. Bush’s campaigns for Land Commissioner and Texas Attorney General.

In 2021, Whitney returned home to field politics, and joined Vanguard Field Strategies as a National Project Director.

Throughout her career, she has operated field campaigns in more than 20 Awww different states. She has a passion for the strategy, competitiveness, energy, and intensity that help drive campaigns to victory, and believes that direct voter contact is the heart and soul of every winning campaign.

She is a proud Fightin’ Texas Aggie, class of 2017, and enjoys spending time with her friends and family, spending time outdoors, and of course, watching Texas A&M Football.

Whitney LaJaunie
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