Sarah Chamberlain, President and Chief Executive Officer
Sarah Chamberlain serves as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Republican Main Street Partnership. Prior to serving as CEO, Chamberlain was COO, CFO, Executive Director, and President of Main Street. Chamberlain began her career in the personal office of Hon. Amory Houghton, Jr. in Corning, New York. In 1998 she moved to Washington DC to become the first Executive Director of the John Quincy Adams Society and to help found the Main Street Partnership.
Sharon Jackson, Events Manager
Sharon Jackson serves as the Event Manager for Republican Main Street Partnership. Prior to joining RMSP, Sharon was the President of Jackson, Jennings and Associates; a full service event and travel management firm. Sharon has enjoyed a long career that has earned her the reputation of being a highly sought after event/meetings producer. She has worked on projects in Senegal, West Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa, Paris, London, Oslo, and Stockholm just to name a few. Jackson has provided logistic support for such agencies as The Brookings Institute, Winrock International, and United Nations Foundations. A native Washingtonian, Jackson studied Sociology at Greensboro College in North Carolina. She currently resides in Bowie, Maryland with her daughter.
Colleen Hogan, Executive Assistant
Colleen Hogan serves as Executive Assistant at the Republican Main Street Partnership, having joined the organization in February 2020.
Mari Buttarazzi, Deputy Director of Communications
Mari Buttarazzi joined Republican Main Street Partnership as its Deputy Communications Director in 2019. Previously, Mari worked at CRC Public Relations as an Account Executive and interned with the House Republican Conference’s press shop. Mari graduated from Virginia Tech with a degree in Communication and currently resides in Arlington, Virginia
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The Republican Main Street Partnership is a coalition of nearly 80 members of Congress who represent the governing wing of the Republican Party. Our members are the Republicans who win in swing districts — that’s why we’re the party’s majority-makers.