Lizzy Chan is a principal at Fenway. After a stint as a magazine copy editor, she got her start in political communications managing President Barack Obama’s social media accounts—back when having a U.S. President on Twitter was a cool thing. She later joined Hillary for America as a senior strategist focused on digital rapid response. Lizzy has also worked at the Sheryl Sandberg & Dave Goldberg Family Foundation as head of digital content and at Blue State as a communications strategist supporting political campaigns, nonprofits, and Fortune 100 companies (her most memorable client: the Catalan independence movement). Most recently, Lizzy helped three heroes of hers—Cecile Richards, Ai-jen Poo, and Alicia Garza—launch Supermajority, establishing the organization’s voice, messaging, and online presence. She holds a bachelor of journalism from the University of Missouri.