Megan Robertson is a veteran political campaign operative who has been active in Republican politics over the last decade. Megan has developed successful campaign strategies while working at every level of campaigns including two presidential races.
Prior to starting FrontRunner Strategies, Robertson served as the Campaign Manager for Freedom Indiana, a statewide bipartisan coalition that derailed a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage and civil unions as its supporters sought to pass it through the state legislature to send it to a ballot referendum.
Before her debut into issue advocacy, Megan managed Luke Messer’s Congressional campaign, Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard’s re-election campaign and served as the Political Director for Senator Dan Coats’ general election campaign. All three were winning campaigns.
In 2014, Megan was named to the Indianapolis Business Journal’s Forty Under 40 and ranked 7th in the Howey Political Report’s Top 50 Most Influential People in Indiana Politics.
Megan is a graduate of Anderson University, an avid fan of the Chicago Bears and still riding high from the Chicago Cubs first World Series win in over 100 years. She and her wife, Katie, live in Indianapolis with their two Boston Terriers, Stevie and Pickles.