Eva R. Lewis
Executive Director Eva R. Lewis served as the Northeast Regional Director for the Association of Democratic State Committees (ASDC) at the Democratic National Committee (DNC) advising and building the groundwork for Democratic State Parties to win up and down the ballot. Prior to the DNC, Eva served as the Political Director for the Maryland Democratic Party building and implementing statewide political programs and managing the Party’s political relationships with local committees, candidates and organizations. She has worked many years as an attorney, grassroots organizer and political operative building coalitions and increasing political engagement.
Eva is a proud resident of Prince George’s County. She graduated from Spelman College in Atlanta, GA and Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago, IL. When not engaging the community, Eva enjoys performing improv comedy in the Washington, DC area.
Patrick Fowler serves as the Digital Director for the Maryland Democratic Party. He joined to help build the Party’s digital media strategy as things kick into gear for the 2018 midterm elections. Before coming to the party, Patrick gained experience with an NGO that helps disadvantaged communities in Baltimore.
Patrick grew up in Severna Park and holds a bachelor’s degree in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland.
When he’s not busy with media strategy, Patrick enjoys watching foreign films, going to music venues, and spending time with his friends.
Jamie is the Fundraising Director for the Maryland Democratic Party. He is in charge of ensuring the Party has the necessary funds to carry out its goals. He started at the Party as an intern. He then came on staff as the Finance Assistant, then the Finance Associate, before heading the department. Prior to this, he interned for Congressman Steny Hoyer.
Jamie was born and raised in Annapolis. He graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park with a bachelor’s degree in Government & Politics.
Outside of work, Jamie’s hobbies include skiing, traveling, and working on his 1989 BMW.
Arinze Ifekauche is an award-winning communications and public affairs professional with wide-ranging experience in public policy, politics, and communications. He possesses both an undergraduate and masters degree in PR, and has spent his entire career working in high visibility—high pressure—work environments where he built massive grassroots followings for political candidates, government agencies, non-profits, and small businesses.
Prior to joining Precision, Arinze worked on Capitol Hill, managed the Baltimore City Office of Events, and elected Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby to office in 2014. Less than six months into the start of the Mosby administration, Arinze was tasked with writing the speech and planning the press conference where Mosby announced charges against the police officers involved in the death of Freddie Gray.
Arinze was named a 2015 Campaign and Elections Magazine Rising Star for his work electing Mosby and managing the Freddie Gray crisis.
Arinze has deep experience crafting messages centered on public policy narratives and has coordinated communications efforts at the state, local, and federal levels. He specializes in simplifying complex policy matters into accessible and useful information to stakeholders.
Morgan currently serves as Director of Operations. In this capacity, she oversees day to day operations and logistics, as well as federal and state campaign compliance.
Morgan also served the Party as Operations Director for the 2018 Maryland Coordinated Campaign. She previously worked for DC Vote and the ACLU of DC, where she did grassroots organizing and lobbied for D.C. statehood and voting rights.
Morgan is originally from Southern California and holds a Bachelors’ degree in Criminology from Florida State University. She moved to D.C. in 2006 and earned a Juris Doctorate from University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law.
In her spare time, Morgan enjoys abstract painting, cooking, and talking politics.
Michael serves as the Political & Organizing Director and will be overseeing the statewide field program. In this role, he’ll be working with local and statewide democratic leaders on engaging voters in all 24 Jurisdictions.
Before joining the party, Michael worked on Chris Van Hollen’s Senate primary campaign on the field. Subsequently, he then worked the 2016 Maryland Coordinated Campaign. During the 2018 election cycle, he served as a Regional Field Director for State Senator Rich Madaleno’s Gubernatorial primary bid. Most recently, he returned from Tennesse where he had served as the GOTV Director for the 2018 Coordinated Campaign.
Michael grew up in Prince George’s County and holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland, College Park in Government & Politics.
In his spare time, Michael enjoys hanging out with friends, binging Netflix and scrolling through his twitter feed.
Justin is the Regional Organizing Director on the Eastern Shore. He works on activating, mobilizing, and organizing volunteers.
A typical day for Justin includes: solving volunteers’ technical issues, calling local activist leaders, and preparing scripts, turfs, and lists for the day’s field activities.
Justin was born and raised in Urbana, Maryland, a suburb of Frederick. In 2018 he received a B.S. in Philosophy from Frostburg State University. He cut his teeth volunteering for the Obama 2008 campaign, and has also been involved with the Bernie Sanders campaign in 2016, the Aruna Miller campaign in 2018 and the Pete Buttigieg campaign in 2020. Justin cares deeply about Nation and Party unity and Climate Change. When he’s not recruiting volunteers to join the democratic cause he enjoys playing soccer, poker and reading.