Susan Ralston has extensive public and private sector experience in project management, development, advocacy, grassroots organizing, coalitions, political strategy, public relations and event management.
As a consultant, she has created development strategies, as well as partner and coalition programs for non-profit organizations.
As a political strategist and fundraiser, Ms. Ralston has worked with a diverse group of political organizations and causes. She has been an active fundraiser for Republican Congressional House Members, Senate and Presidential candidates, as well the national political committees for 15 years.
Prior to her work as a consultant, Ms. Ralston was the Special Assistant to the President and a deputy to Karl Rove, the Deputy Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor at The White House. During the 2004 re-election campaign, she served on the Advisory Committee for “W Stands for Women,” the campaign’s outreach effort to women.
Ms. Ralston received her M.B.A. from Keller Graduate School of Management, and a B.A. from Loyola University Chicago.