Published on September 27, 2016.
WASHINGTON – The Board of Directors of the Republican Main Street Partnership today announced that Sarah Chamberlain as their new Chief Executive Officer, in addition to being its President.
Chairman of the Board and former Congressman Amo Houghton stated, “Sarah has dedicated her life to the success of the Republican Main Street Partnership. Under her leadership as President, the issue-advocacy group has grown into a multi-million dollar organization representing 74 Members of Congress and the policies important to the governing wing of the Republican Party. Today, RMSP is in the best position it has ever been to move our party forward for the next generation.”
Chamberlain presently serves as the President of the Republican Main Street Partnership. Prior to serving as President, Chamberlain was COO, CFO, and Executive Director of Main Street. Chamberlain began her career in the personal office of Amo Houghton in Corning, NY. In 1998 she moved to Washington DC to become the first Executive Director of the John Quincy Adams Society and to help launch the Republican Main Street Partnership.
“I am grateful for the trust and faith the Board has instilled in me to continue to grow RMSP into the recognized national organization it is becoming; with increasing membership and supporters by the week. Our team is poised to help move the GOP forward on the issues important in the governance of our country, like mental health and opioid addiction. RMSP has and will continue to produce hallmark legislative results, direct outreach to new voters, and guidance on moving our party ahead for the next generation.”
In addition to her duties with RMSP, Chamberlain also leads Main Street Advocacy’s national Women2Women tour, which provides a forum to exchange ideas between members of Congress and Main Street women, empowering them in the legislative process.