Rebecca Fisher has extensive experience in the field of communications and public relations after spending most of her career on Capitol Hill.
Rebecca got her start in Washington politics in the press office of the 2000 John McCain Presidential campaign, where she traveled on the “Straight Talk Express” to key primary states. Following the Presidential race, Rebecca served as a spokesperson for Sen. McCain, who was serving as Chairman of the U.S. Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee.
Since then she’s worked at the Federal Communications Commission as a spokesperson where she coordinated the FCC’s public message. She also has experience developing communications strategies for 30 U.S. Senate campaigns during the 2008 campaign cycle at the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) where she served as Communications Director.
Rebecca rounded out her career in communications working in a U.S. Senate Leadership office, the Republican Policy Committee, as well as creating a crisis communications strategy for U.S. Senator John Ensign in 2010. After having her daughter she returned to Capitol Hill as Communications Director for the U.S. Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee under U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison.
In 2016, she and her husband, Robert, co-founded the nonprofit Operation Christmas Hope, a charity that gives a Christmas to families in the Alexandria, VA community who are unable to provide their family with one on their own. She also founded and currently runs a consulting business, RJF Consulting, Inc.
My son is a redhead (even though there are no redheads in our family) and was born on St. Patrick’s Day.