|Born||Mindy Lisa Finn
February 10, 1981
Houston, Texas, U.S.
|Political party||Republican (Before 2016)
|Spouse(s)||David Feinberg (2009–present)|
|Education||Boston University (BA)
George Washington University
Mindy Lisa Finn (born February 10, 1981) is an American entrepreneur and digital media strategist, who was a candidate for Vice President of the United States in the 2016 election as the running mate of Evan McMullin.
Finn and her husband David Feinberg have two sons.
Finn is founder and current president of Empowered Women, a non-profit working to expand and diversify the conversation on feminism and women's equality. Finn previously worked at Twitter heading up strategic partnerships in Washington, D.C., and specializing in business development. She was recently named one of "50 Politicos to Watch" by POLITICO and a "Tech Titan" by the Washingtonian magazine. Finn has also been named one of the Best in Digital by FamousDC.
Finn is currently based in Washington, D.C. Most of Finn’s work focuses on technology’s impact on politics and democracy, and she has built tools and programs to empower individuals to organize and shape policy.
Finn is a panelist and lecturer and has spoken at:
In addition, Finn has appeared on MSNBC, Fox News, C-SPAN, NPR and other media channels to provide political commentary. She is regularly quoted in print publications, including Politico.
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