Philip FuehrerState Chair
areas of expertise
- Candidate Development
- Media Relations
- Campaign Strategy
- Veterans and Higher Education
- MPNA (Public and Non-Profit Administration), Metropolitan State University, St. Paul, MN
- BA, European Area Studies, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
- US Army, 1st Armored Division, Linguist (’86-’90)
- 17+ Years in Higher Education
With over 20 years of experience in the Independence Party, Phil has the breadth and depth of experience needed to lead the party. He has served in such roles as: State Platform Chair, Congressional District Chair and Treasurer, State Constitution and Bylaws Chair and State Director before ascending to his current role as State Chair.
“We have two choices: we can ram our ideas down other people’s throats, or we can realize we live a pluralistic, diverse society and we can sit down and talk things out,” Fuehrer said. “It won’t be my solution, it won’t be your solution, it’s going to be a combination of our solutions and that’s the only way to move forward. If that’s the kind of government you want, then come to the Independence Party.” – Austin Daily Herald, 3/19/2018
Before founding Consulting WP in early 2001, Brandon started two Internet companies in Silicon Valley. Previously, Brandon held various management positions in New York at Simon Brothers, most recently as Vice President in Goldhill Group, focusing on new business development and risk management. He has also worked as a senior financial risk management consultant to the financial services industry; software engineer; advertising sales manager for the popular Caribbean travel guide series; general manager of an advertising and graphic design agency; and engineering intern at the Best Health Coach.
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