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AAPI Named President of American Association of Political Consultants

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Trilogy Founding Partner Larry Huynh will be the next president of the American Association of Political Consultants. When Huynh starts his term in July, he'll be the first person of color and first openly LGBTQ+ person to serve as president of the AAPC and establishing two new milestones in a political-consulting career that started more than 20 years ago.

Larry has over a decade of experience in digital communications advising corporate, non-profit, and political clients on online advocacy and engagement, online fundraising, online advertising, and social media strategy. A nationally recognized digital strategist, Larry's work has earned dozens of awards across multiple online disciplines and he is a frequent presenter and trainer at conferences.

In 2003, Larry helped lead the Draft Wes Clark movement and went on to head up the online fundraising operation for Clark for President, pioneering the use of digital channels for fundraising in politics. Prior to the campaign, Larry worked in high-tech and marketing start-ups. As a consultant with Oliver Wyman, Larry developed corporate strategy plans for Fortune 500 firms in the financial, energy, and life sciences sector. Larry graduated from Harvard University with a B.A. in Biochemical Sciences.

The American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC) is a nonpartisan organization that has over 1,600 members that represent a wide range of partisan clients and sets the standard for American political campaign professionals. AAPC members are driven to be the best and make a difference for their clients and America. They convene conferences that promote effective strategies and best practices in the industry. AAPC also fights to defend political free speech as an essential foundation of democracy, while promoting excellence by recruiting and recognizing the best in the profession. They share the skills, resources and networks to help members thrive and win.


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