Nicole Titus | NP Agency

Nicole Titus

Senior Vice President

Nicole Titus brings over a decade of communications, fundraising, and digital media expertise to campaigns, PACs, non-profit and corporate clients. Nickie has raised over a billion dollars throughout her career and has won various industry awards for outreach campaigns, digital projects, and fundraising. She has shared her expertise at events around the globe.

Immediately before joining NP Agency, Nickie was the National Grassroots Fundraising Director for the DCCC. She directed the DCCC’s digital and direct marketing fundraising programs, raising 60% of the DCCC’s revenue in the 2022 cycle.

Nickie was the second employee of the “grassroots super PAC” Ready for Hillary (RFH) in 2014. She managed RFH’s digital efforts and led the creation of the PAC’s viral video moments.

In 2012, she served as the Director of Digital Media for Tim Kaine’s successful Senate campaign, raising over $3.5 million online, one of the largest digital totals for a democratic Senate campaign in the 2012 election cycle.

Titus worked with diverse clients, including the Red Cross, United Way Worldwide, and the NFL, while at Blue State Digital (BSD). She led the team that created the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s award-winning “Remember Me” campaign that uses video, photographs, social media, and email to identify photographs of orphaned Jewish children taken at the end of World War II.

Before joining BSD, Titus worked for O’Brien, McConnell & Pearson (OMP) as Director of Client Services, managing multi-million-dollar national fundraising programs for the DNC, Senators Harry Reid and Dianne Feinstein, the ACLU, Hillary Clinton’s Senate and Presidential campaigns, and other progressive causes.

Nickie began managing digital programs in 2004 by executing the DNC’s groundbreaking house party program. She raised more than a million dollars online in less than 90 days, a DNC record at the time. Nickie is also an EMILY’s List alum.

Originally from New Jersey, Nickie attended American University in Washington, DC, and resides in the city’s Navy Yard neighborhood.