Christina Lewis is a Senior Project Manager at 270 Strategies and one of the firm's leading digital strategists. She specializes in connecting the right people with the right message and mobilizing them to take collective action. Since joining the firm in 2015, she's advised leading tech companies, non-profits, issue-based advocacy initiatives, and electoral campaigns globally including the ACLU, Afropunk, BlackPAC, FAMM, iVote, and the United Way.
She currently overseeing organizing projects in seven states and runs 270’s social justice vertical – leading initiatives to expand voting rights, gender equity, and criminal justice reform. Her expertise is in strategic planning, training & development, and digital strategy with a focus on content & messaging, paid media, email marketing, SMS, and reporting and analytics.
Prior to joining 270, she worked in media strategy at ID Media, an Interpublic Group agency, working on paid media campaigns for Fortune 500 B2B, retail, tech, and telecom companies. In 2012, she worked in media tracking for the Democratic National Committee supporting President Obama's re-election campaign where she was responsible for crafting competitive analysis reports for the campaign’s leadership that tracked paid media spend, polling, field, and focus group data.
Priding herself on her rural roots, Christina hails from the small town of Forsyth, IL. She earned her B.A. from DePaul University and studied Political Communication at Georgetown University. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, and has studied ballet, jazz, and modern dance for over 25 years. In her free time you’ll find her taking classes at various dance and yoga studios throughout Chicago. Christina currently serves as an advisor for Rosa Pac and The Arena.