The Democratic Party of New Mexico today announced the hiring of Adam Gammill as Deputy Data Director and Cris Romero as Press and Digital Coordinator as the party gears up for a critical election cycle. As part of DPNM’s “Starting Strong 2020” Initiative, the party is bringing on staff earlier than ever before, making it possible to expand training and communications initiatives.
Adam Gammill Joins DPNM as Deputy Data Director
Adam Gammill comes to DPNM from Maggie Toulouse Oliver’s campaign for U.S. Senate, where he served as a Finance Assistant. Originally from Albuquerque, he is currently finishing his senior year at the University of New Mexico, where he is studying Political Science. As DPNM’s Deputy Data Director, he is assisting DPNM Data Director Adam Daugherty with maintaining DPNM’s data and technology infrastructure.
“We’re excited to have Adam on board as we move into the next phase of this election cycle” said DPNM Data Director Adam Daugherty. “Our Data team is expanding our capabilities so that we can provide Democratic candidates with the best information about the most updated technology. We’re looking forward to helping each of our candidates put their best foot forward.”
Cris Romero Joins DPNM as a Press and Digital Coordinator
Cris Romero joins DPNM from CWA Strategic Communications, where he was a Junior Account Executive. Previously he was a Field Organizer for the Arizona Democratic Party. Originally from Pojoaque, he is a graduate of the University of New Mexico, where he studied Political Science and History. As the Press/Digital Coordinator, Cris is working with DPNM Communications Director Miranda van Dijk to increase DPNM’s social media presence, improve rapid response capabilities, and showcase the diversity of our party.
“It’s fantastic to have someone as talented as Cris joining the team,” said DPNM Communications Director Miranda van Dijk. “We’re working to get our message out to Democrats all over New Mexico, and with Cris on board we’re going to be able to keep engaging people across every method of communication.”