Zachary Royster is the Academic Director for the United States Campaign and Elections Academy in partnership with the Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service.
He joined the Institute after spending three years on Capitol Hill working for Congressman Diane Black of the 6th District of Tennessee, and more recently, as the Social Community Manager for the Republican National Committee.
During his time on the Hill, Zack served in a number of roles, such as Staff Assistant, Legislative Correspondent, and Legislative Aide, where he led the Congressman’s constituent correspondence program and managed a small policy portfolio.
Born and raised in Tennessee, Zack is a native of Knoxville where he received his undergraduate degree in Political Science, with a minor in Economics, from the University of Tennessee.
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