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We know we must, but -- deep down -- we suspect we could do it better. We're talking about networking, of course. It's tough but it's necessary, whether you're working for a campaign, organization, or hoping to land your dream job. During this free webinar, you will learn four unexpected ways networking helps you, ten types of people you need to know, and five pieces of information you must get from every contact.
Rich Counts is a Senior Account Manager at Eagle Publishing, where he is responsible for advertising sales and business development for the Human Events and RedState properties. Prior to joining Eagle Publishing, Rich was an Associate at the EOP Group, a government advocacy and business development consulting firm.
Rich serves as the Chief of Staff for the Young Republican National Federation (YRNF) and formerly served as Chairman of the DC Young Republicans (DCYRs). As DCYR Chair, he oversaw the deployment of over 400 volunteers to 16 cities in 9 states in 2010. He also spearheaded a 300% increase in membership, the creation of an award-winning newsletter, the launch of a daily updated blog, and a revamped national image for the organization. This culminated with the DC Young Republicans winning the 2010 Young Republican State Federation of the Year award.
Rich is co-director of the popular networking event, “It’s First Friday,” a monthly networking hub for Capitol Hill conservatives that has spawned similar events in several states. He received the DC Republican Committee's "Up and Comer" award in 2010, was selected as a DC delegate to the 2012 Republican National Convention, and served as DC Campaign Co-Chair for the Mitt Romney presidential campaign.
Rich received his bachelor’s degree in Political Economy with a minor in Engineering Science from Tulane University.He grew up on the island of St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands.