Braselton, Georgia , United States
|Last Modifed||Rob Ritchie|
Jun 22, 2018 06:02pm
|Info|| Bill Greene is founder and president of RightMarch.com, an online conservative organization formed as a "rapid response force" to enable its members to take effective action against activities by online liberal groups like MoveOn.org. He heads up the RightMarch.com PAC as well, which targets federal races where they can support staunch movement conservatives against liberal Republicans and Democrats. In 2004, the Washington Times called Greene a "conservative internet guru." |
Greene is also president of Strategic Internet Campaign Management, Inc., an online political consulting firm that enables organizations and candidates to harness the power of the Internet for fundraising and grassroots activism. SICM manages the ConservativeAlerts.com e-mail list, which, along with other partner efforts such as RightMarch, is the largest conservative deliverer of messages to Congress, the President and other leaders, responsible for over five million activist messages sent from conservatives.
In its April, 2002 issue, Campaigns and Elections magazine, the trade publication for political professionals, featured Greene as one of its "Rising Stars In Politics," and in 2005 SICM received a "Pollie Award" from the American Association of Political Consultants. Greene was formerly VP Internet Marketing & Development at ConservativeHQ.com Inc., a conservative online activism and fundraising company headed by political direct mail legend Richard A. Viguerie; prior to his work there, he was the Director of Internet Marketing at The Grizzard Agency of Atlanta, a top ten direct marketing agency. Initially, Greene was in academia, teaching political science and international relations at Florida International University in Miami for a number of years.
Greene has presented many seminars on fundraising and activism online, including the Campaigns & Elections Magazine Annual Conference, George Washington University's annual Politics Online conference, the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), the O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference, the Direct Marketing Association of Washington, the DC Ad Club, the American Marketing Association of Lincoln, and others. In addition to hosting his own weekly national radio show, he has appeared on PBS' "Bill Moyers' NOW," NPR's "Fresh Air" and "Morning Edition," CNN's "Paula Zahn Now," "Anderson Cooper 360" and "Aaron Brown," MSNBC Live, the CBS Sunday Morning News, and dozens of local television news and radio talk shows around the country.
Greene who attends Grace Bible Family Fellowship resides in Braselton, Georgia with his wife Nancy of seventeen years and their two children.