Neri Ann Martinez currently serves as Director of the Republican State Leadership Committee’s Future Majority Project. She previously served as the RNC’s Hispanic Outreach Director in North Carolina, during the 2012 presidential campaign where she was credited for significantly increasing the Hispanic vote in the state from the previous cycle, a metric critical to the swing state win.
Prior to her political work, she spent many years in the private sector where she was successful in sales and business development for the construction and commercial real estate industries leading up to her work on government affairs for the National Associated Builders and Contractors based in DC. She has served as a consultant for non-profits and advocacy organizations in Miami and was one of the longest serving Presidents of the FIU Free Cuba Foundation.
A Cuban-American native of Miami, FL, Neri has lived and studied abroad and is fluent in English, Spanish and French. She holds a bachelors in International Business Honors and Political Science from Florida International University. She is a DC Chapter leader of the FIU Alumni organization and member of the DC Young Republicans. She is a co-founder of a Women’s Cigar Club in DC.