Lucas Fleischer is the Creative Director at 270 Strategies. He joins the team as a Principal after having served most recently as the Digital Director of the Democratic National Committee, where he led a team of email strategists, social media experts, developers, and designers supporting President Obama and Democrats across the country. In his time there, he quarterbacked the creation of RomneyTaxPlan.com, which Business Insider called "ingenious" and Slate called the “cleverest presidential campaign ad you'll see online."
Lucas first joined the Obama campaign as a volunteer during the California primaries in 2007, and went on to become the Ohio Director of New Media, where he dreamed up Barns for Obama. In early 2009, Lucas joined the Organizing for America team at the DNC as Creative Director. In that role, he led the overhaul of the Democrats' brand and the creative work of OFA and the DNC during the fight for health reform and the 2010 midterms.
A seasoned designer, writer, and award-winning filmmaker, Lucas brings more than 10 years experience in the creative world— storytelling is at the heart of his approach to creative strategy and digital organizing.
A proud DC native and current resident, Lucas has traveled to 49 states and all seven continents. He delights in Texas barbecue, swimmin’ holes, and obsessively instagramming his two year-old son.
Follow him on Twitter @lucasfleischer.