DemCast Dialogues: Genevieve Thiers

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Announcing a new DemCast Video Series: DemCast Dialogues.

Episodes will feature one-on-one conversations between friends of DemCast. On our first episode, Director of Content Kelly Therese Pollock speaks with Advisory Board member Genevieve Thiers, the Co Executive Producer and political tech trainer on RUN, Founder of the Chicago-based NewFounders conference, and author of #TechYourself, the first-ever political tech playbook for candidates running for office. Kelly and Genevieve have a great conversation about the tech tools campaigns need, which are especially vital during a quarantine.


DemCast Dialogues, Episode 1:

  • Host: Kelly Therese Pollock
  • Guest: Genevieve Thiers
  • Recorded: Tuesday, April 7, 2020
  • Topic: Tech Tools for Campaigns & the #TechYourself Guide


  • Video Production by: Kelly Therese Pollock
  • Theme Song: “I’m What You’re Looking For by Chas Castell

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Born on the 4th of July, Kelly has always been a firecracker, leading a revolution of girls sitting at the boys’ lunch table in 2nd grade and founding Young Independents in high school. Since earning her Masters, Kelly has spent the past 15 years as a university administrator. In the fall of 2017, Kelly co-created the Two Broads Talking Politics Podcast with her friend Sophy. As producer and co-host, Kelly quickly built the podcast into a nationally recognized interview show, featuring Democratic candidates, activists, and authors around the country. She lives in Chicago with her husband & two sons.

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