A “national political star”, “a savant”, and a “rising star in Republican politics”, after volunteering on his first campaign as a twelve-year-old, Austin Chambers has gone on to fight and win some of the toughest elections at every level in America.

During the 2019-2020 election cycle, Chambers served as President and Executive Director of the Republican State Leadership Committee and the State Government Leadership Foundation, where he led a historic effort to position state Republicans firmly in control of the redistricting process and lay critical groundwork for a decade of conservative state and congressional majorities. Chambers transformed the committee into a political powerhouse, shattering fundraising records and allowing the committee to successfully defend every single Republican state majority in the country while flipping two additional legislative chambers.

Following Election Day 2020, Chambers turned his attention to his home state of Georgia, where he led former U.S. Senator David Perdue’s runoff campaign in what was one of the most high-profile U.S. Senate elections in modern American history.

Chambers has held significant victorious general consulting and campaign management roles, including senior strategist for Alabama Governor Kay Ivey, advisor to Georgia Governor Brian Kemp in 2018, and campaign manager for former Missouri Governor Eric Greitens. Chambers also led a gubernatorial campaign in Louisiana and some of the largest independent expenditure efforts for the Republican Governors Association in the 2018 election cycle.

When he’s not writing ads or directing campaign strategy, Chambers has helped advise some of Americas' largest corporations on political engagement, business development, and public relations.

A native of Vidalia, Georgia, Austin is an evolutionary marvel who was born into the body of a fifty-year old man with perfectly parted hair, a blue vest and monogrammed designer travel luggage. A lifelong Georgia Bulldog fan for the past three years, Austin defied all semblance of nutritional science, and subsisted for a near decade on a diet of nothing but Chick-fil-a nuggets and mozzarella cheese sticks.