John
Britten

Managing Director
"A map is not the territory." - Alfred Korzybski

John Britten ("JB") has been working as a political operative and digital strategist for over a decade. He joined The Prosper Group in 2021 as a Senior Director, to manage key accounts including Ted Cruz for Senate.

JB has worked for many of the top political campaigns and organizations in the country. He earned many accolades for his success in building one of the largest digital operations in the conservative movement, as Digital Director at Judicial Watch, and has worked as a digital strategist for the Republican National Committee (RNC), Republican Governors Association (RGA), Romney for President, America First Policies, Smart Media Group, Parscale Strategy, and as Head of Client Strategy for Open Sesame.

More recently, JB served as Digital Director for America First Action, the main Super PAC in support of Donald J. Trump during the 2020 election cycle. He has also served as an independent consultant and key advisor for many political organizations in recent years, focused on digital and communications strategy.

JB is a graduate of the University of Vermont, where he earned his BA in Political Science. He serves on the national board of his fraternity, Sigma Phi Society, and is a member of the Society of Colonial Wars. He is an avid reader who enjoys works focused on history, philosophy, and political theory.

JB currently resides in Washington, DC.

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