Rachel Levine has more than seven years of campaign finance and campaign management experience at the state and national levels. At Hilltop she works on grasstops campaign management and political campaign consulting.
Rachel got her start in politics in the 2008 Obama campaign. She began as a volunteer in South Carolina in 2007 and worked her way through 7 states in jobs ranging from field organizer to regional field director before finishing the campaign as a deputy outreach director for Ohio in the General Election.
After the 2008 election, Rachel returned to Washington and joined a prominent political fundraising firm. For three years, Rachel worked on national fundraising for an array of federal and state candidates, including United States Senators Arlen Specter, Frank Lautenberg and Ben Cardin.
In the 2012 cycle, Rachel worked as a fundraiser, and then as Campaign Manager, for Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster’s very successful re-election campaign. General Koster won his race by over 15%, and in the process broke the record for amounts raised by a non-gubernatorial statewide candidate in Missouri.
During the 2014 cycle, Rachel worked on Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh’s campaign, helping him to win a tough primary and go on to emerge as one of the few Democratic bright spots on election night.
Rachel graduated from Hamilton College with Honors in Government in 2007. She currently resides in Washington, D.C.