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Macon Phillips formerly served as Special Assistant to the President and Director of Digital Strategy at The White House. As the Director of Digital Strategy, Phillips developed and managed the Obama Administration's online program, including WhiteHouse.gov.
Prior to the White House, Phillips ran the new media program for the Presidential Transition Team (Change.gov) and served as the Deputy Director of the Obama campaign's new media department (BarackObama.com).
Before the campaign, Phillips led Blue State Digital's strategy practice, working with clients like the Democratic National Committee and Senator Ted Kennedy. A proud AmeriCorps VISTA alum, the Huntsville, Alabama native is a graduate of Duke University.
Follow Macon Phillips on Twitter @Macon44.
Listen to a new audio series from Vice President Biden.
As part of our Sunshine Week series, Macon Phillips discusses We the People.
Check out all the ways you can get involved with President Obama's State of the Union Address.
We're making another adjustment to ensure we’re able to continue to give the most popular ideas the time they deserve.
We've launched an improved homepage for WhiteHouse.gov.
For Blog Action Day 2012 the White House reflects on moments over the past year when everyday Americans joined together to demonstrate the “power of we.”
Last year, the White House launched a new tool called We the People, offering a powerful and simple way to petition the Obama Administration to take action on a range of issues. Take a look at the platform more than three million signature later.
The source code for We the People, the online petitions system for the public to connect with the White House, is now available online.
Join us on Friday, August 17th, for an AmeriCorps Google+ Hangout with Director of Digital Strategy Macon Phillips, and Corporation for National and Community Service CEO Wendy Spencer.
The White House Chief of Staff celebrates the woman "whose dedication to shining a light on injustice and abuse has led to the beginnings of a transformation" in Burma, at the Holocaust Memorial Museum’s National Tribute Dinner