Teddy Goff

Teddy Goff

Precision Strategies

Teddy Goff (he/him) is a co-founder and partner at Precision Strategies, a strategy and marketing agency that works with progressive groups like March for Our Lives and Planned Parenthood, nonprofits like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and companies like Bank of America and the Sacramento Kings.

Prior to founding Precision, Teddy was the digital director for President Obama’s reelection campaign, leading the president’s digital strategy and managing the 250-person nationwide team responsible for the campaign’s social media, email, web, online advertising, online organizing, front-end and product development, design, and video presences. Under Teddy’s leadership, Obama for America raised more than $690 million online, registered more than a million voters online, built Facebook and Twitter followings of more than 45 and 33 million people respectively, built groundbreaking tools for online fundraising and campaigning, organized hundreds of thousands of volunteers, and sent the most retweeted tweet (at least until Ellen DeGeneres hosted the Oscars in 2014) and most liked Facebook post of all time.

TIME described his work as “redefining the limits of viral politics” and included him on their inaugural list of 30 people under 30 who are changing the world. He is no longer under 30. Before joining the 2012 campaign, Teddy served as associate vice president at Blue State Digital. On President Obama’s 2008 campaign, Teddy oversaw all state-level digital campaigns, managing everything from email and social media to online organizing strategies in more than 25 battleground states. Afterward, Teddy oversaw the creation and launch of the Obama administration’s new WhiteHouse.gov website as a member of the presidential transition team.

Teddy lives in Manhattan and is a graduate of Yale University. He is also a founding partner at Black Tap Craft Burgers and Beer in New York City and a board member of Run for Something.