Alexandra was raised in Richmond Hill, a small Southern town on the coast of Georgia. She became involved in politics at an early age through her mother’s political volunteer efforts.
Prior to moving to Washington DC, Alexandra worked in real estate for almost a decade. During this time, she served as Chairwoman for the Chatham County Young Republicans and as National Committee Woman for the National Young Republicans from the State of Georgia.
While volunteering on the 2004 and 2006 campaigns for Congressman Max Burns, Alexandra became involved with Congressman Jack Kingston’s campaign efforts and was offered a position in Congressman Kingston’s Congressional office in 2008. In 2010, Alexandra took over Kingston’s fundraising efforts.
In January of 2014 Kingston decided to run for the open Senate seat of retiring Georgia Senator Saxby Chambliss. Axiom Strategies served as the General Consulting firm and Alexandra was named Finance Director for the campaign. Under her leadership, the Kingston for Senate finance team led the field every quarter, raising a total of $7,900,000 for Kingston and $10,020,000 total for the 2014 cycle.
After Kingston lost a competitive Primary Runoff in July of 2014, Alexandra formed, High Cotton Consulting, a firm which specializes in fundraising for republican candidates. It quickly grew to be in the top 10 of firms based in Washington, DC, raising $9,147,317 for the 2016 cycle and over $12,000,000 for the 2018 cycle. In January of 2017 it became aligned with Axiom Strategies.
While a southern girl at heart, Alexandra loves Washington, DC and is lucky to call both it and Georgia home. Her other loves include her dog Coconut and discount fashion shopping.
Kathryn joined High Cotton Consulting in June 2018, following 2 years working in Aflac’s Federal Relations office. While at Aflac she worked with House Republicans on financial services issues and helped raise dollars for some of the most vulnerable Republican candidates in the 2018 cycle. Prior to her move to Washington, DC, Kathryn worked for Georgia Governor Nathan Deal on economic development and transportation issues.
Ms. Jones is a native of Saint Simons Island, GA and often visits her family that still resides in her hometown. When she is not in the office, Kathryn enjoys going to bluegrass festivals and spending time with her friends and her dog Bradley.
Houston, Texas native Amy Rosenthal joins High Cotton Consulting as a Fundraising Associate bringing years of both campaign experience and client strategy expertise to the team.
After graduating from the University of Mississippi with a degree in editorial journalism, Amy returned to her beloved home state where worked on her first campaign full time, serving as the chief digital strategy staffer for Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick’s reelection campaign in Austin.
After seeing the Lt. Governor through to victory in his competitive primary election, Amy followed her passion for politics to Washington, D.C. There, she began to invest in national politics working hand in glove with several republican statewide and federal campaigns during the 2018 midterm elections, providing digital and political strategy for top races across the country for a leading republican polling and data analytics firm in D.C.
During her time outside of the office, Amy enjoys traveling, exploring D.C., and curating her impressive collection of shoes and accessories.
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