Christopher joined the Vermont Democratic Party as communication director in July of 2018 and in April of 2019 became Director of Communications and Outreach. He was no stranger to the Vermont area, having most recently served as communications director for a neighboring NY-21 congressional campaign. His background is in social and digital media, branding, and strategic communications. Originally from Rome, New York, he attended St. Lawrence University, earning a Bachelors Degree in Communications and Government with a minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies.
Director of Communications & Outreach
House Campaign Director
Spencer joined the Democratic Party staff as Director of the House Campaign in February of 2019. Born and raised in Hartland, Spencer left Vermont to attend James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. He stayed connected to Vermont - working for the State Park system during his summer’s home from school, interning with Senator Leahy in the Fall of 2015, and working as a Field Organizer for Matt Dunne’s Campaign for Governor in 2016.
Grace joined the Vermont Democratic Party in July of 2018. She is a senior at the University of Vermont where she is majoring in Political Science with a minor in Critical Race and Ethnic Studies. She has worked on several municipal and statewide campaigns in Vermont including Christine Hallquist’s 2018 gubernatorial campaign.
Scott joined the Vermont Democratic Party's team in September of 2019, but he was no stranger to the complicated nature of a state party, having led the North Dakota Democratic Party since July of 2017. Before moving to North Dakota, Scott successfully managed Suzanne Bump’s campaign for Massachusetts State Auditor and then served in her office as an external affairs assistant. In edition to managing a statewide campaign, he has also worked on multiple congressional races around the country, serving in the roles of Regional Field Director and Field Director.
Third-Party VAN Coordinator
Teddy Waszazak joined the Vermont Democratic Party in August of 2019 as their VAN Coordinator. Originally from Hudson, Massachusetts, Teddy moved to Vermont in April of 2017 and has worked on issue based, municipal, and statewide campaigns. Teddy worked on both the Siegel and Hallquist for Governor campaigns in the 2018 election cycle, and serves as a City Councilor in Barre, Vermont.