Tim Phillips (political strategist)
|Occupation||President of Americans for Prosperity|
Phillips grew up in Spartanburg, SC. After briefly attending Liberty University in the fall, 1983, he went to Washington DC as part of a school sponsored internship with the Department of Education, thus beginning his political career. After a brief courtship with fellow intern, Julia Reider Phillips, the two were married and now have four children including twin boys and one daughter. They have been married 26 years.
He completed his education in 1985 as a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Virginia Tech, graduating magna cum laude with a BA in Political Science. Phillips is active in the youth ministry at his church, Cornerstone Chapel, Leesburg, VA and is a fan of the National Football League.
Americans for Prosperity (AFP)
Under Phillips, Americans for Prosperity has seen rapid growth in the last 6 years, its membership going from 9 state chapters in 2006, to 50 state chapters and more than 2 million members nationally.
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