"I want to build the next generation of Georgia fundraisers, especially women, Black women, and people of color. Women who are running want women on their team. Women need to be a part of this movement. One day, when Jon Ossoff's baby girl decides to run for Senate, she'll have kick-ass women to help her get there. And we will have put that foundation in place."
Briale Harris – campaign finance superstar – has some of the strongest passion we've seen. What led her here?
Like so many others, Bri got into the campaign space by volunteering in 2017, specifically for Atlanta's mayoral election. She phone banked, knocked doors, and worked to get out the vote in her hometown. While this inspired her, it made her want to do a little bit more, and land a designated role on a campaign. Cue Stacey Abrams' groundbreaking run in 2018, where Bri served as a Finance Assistant, learning how to conduct proper donor research, pick the right donors to call, and more. That opportunity rolled into one after another: Sarah Riggs Amico for Senate, Zahra Karinshak for Congress, and then her big break as Amy McGrath's Deputy National Finance Director.