After more than a decade spent raising millions of dollars in more than a dozen states, in 2013, Aubrey Montgomery founded Rittenhouse Political Partners, a Pennsylvania-based fundraising firm. In the 2012 election cycle, Aubrey served as Finance Director for the Pennsylvania Democratic Party, overseeing a nearly $20 million budget and playing a key role in the re-elections of President Barack Obama and Senator Bob Casey, and the historic election of Kathleen Kane, Pennsylvania’s first Democratic — and first female — Attorney General. In addition to her candidate work, Aubrey has worked on several issue advocacy campaigns, and spent three years as NARAL Pro-Choice America’s youngest state executive director, leading the Pennsylvania affiliate from 2006-2009. Her commitment to working with and electing women at every level of government continues today; her clients include a number female office holders and Political Action Committees that focus on increasing the number of women in elected office. Aubrey’s previous local campaigns include Bryan Lentz’s top-targeted campaign for Congress, Senators LeAnna Washington and Daylin Leach, and Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams. Immediately prior to founding Rittenhouse Political Partners, Aubrey, served as Finance Director for Allyson Schwartz’s campaign for Pennsylvania Governor.