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Mari Urbina

Title: National Political Director and Chief of Staff


Mari Urbina is Indivisible’s National Political Director leading national political strategy and the Chief of Staff overseeing internal culture. Before joining the Indivisible Project, Marí spent the 2016 cycle running Voto Latino’s voter engagement and national campaigns as Vice President of Politics and Campaigns. She previously spent seven years working for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, including as a senior advisor. During the 2010, 2012 and 2014 election cycles, she served in political engagement and coalition roles for Senate races in Nevada, Colorado and for President Obama's re-election campaign in Nevada. Throughout her career, Mari has focused on strategy, messaging and policy that disproportionately affects Latinx, AAPI and immigrant communities. Mari has been featured on MSNBC's Morning Joe, AM Joy, Chris Hayes, Rachel Maddow and Univision Noticiero.