Finch Fulton

Fulton

Account Supervisor, Dallas, TX

251-605-3719 \ ffulton@voxglobal.com

From his time on Capitol Hill to his current portfolio at VOX Global, Finch brings broad expertise in shaping and communicating policy priorities and devising strategies to inform, engage and mobilize stakeholders around key issues. He is a member of VOX Global’s Grassroots, Social Media and Technology practice groups, and has a passion for working to advance smart policies aimed at integrating the latest technologies into society, with a current focus on areas such as small UAVs and the sharable economy.

In his current role, Finch manages nearly a hundred websites and over a thousand annual digital communications that reach nearly a quarter million client employees, customers and external stakeholders worldwide. He is responsible for planning and executing mobilization or ”take action” communications — including eNewsletters with one-click authentication, microsites, text messages, social media and digital advertising— that encourage employees, customers, grassroots and grasstops constituents and other stakeholders to reach out to local, state or federal officials regarding key policy priorities.

Prior to joining VOX Global, Finch spent five years working on Capitol Hill, first for Louisiana Congressman Jim McCrery, then for his successor, Congressman John Fleming, M.D., and finally for Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama. As a Legislative Aide for Senator Sessions—a senior member of the Armed Services Committee and Ranking Member on the Strategic Forces Subcommittee—Finch managed policy matters tied to national defense, technology, veterans and foreign affairs. He has worked on a number of digital advocacy projects, including a communications and media strategy that made a tremendous impact during the initial Affordable Care Act debate. That project garnered a mailing list that became larger than President Barack Obama’s at the time, and was later utilized by the Republican National Committee as part of its successful effort to swing the House of Representatives to a Republican majority.

Finch received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the University of Alabama and his MBA from Johns Hopkins University. He was born and raised in Mobile, Alabama, the birthplace of Mardi Gras. He is an unapologetic fan of the Crimson Tide and any NFL team fortunate enough to have its alumni.