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Seeing a need from campaigns and advocacy groups for a new generation of political operatives, MPC was formed in the midst of the 2016 campaign cycle. From humble beginnings in a dorm apartment, our organization has operated, managed, or consulted on over thirty campaigns or initiatives across the country.

Our team consists of seasoned campaign operatives, political party officers, grassroots organizers, creative designers, and public relations consultants, here to execute your strategic objectives.

Since our inception six years ago, we have strived to maintain our core values of honesty and commitment to our clients. 

Though our reach is nationwide, we are proud to call Utah home.

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The Team: About


The Team: Team Members



Grayson has worked and helped to manage several campaigns on the federal, state and local level as well as helping to consult and advise several single issue campaigns. In addition to leading fundraising, grassroots organizing and recruitment for various groups and causes, he has also worked with various stakeholders for several years in procuring earned media, managing public relations and creating digital/social campaigns. He has worked with a variety of clients including political action committees (PACS), 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) organizations respectively, and political candidates over the past six years since launching MPC in 2016.

He holds a bachelor's degree in Finance & International Business from Westminster College and a master's degree in Finance from the University of Utah, where he has been a frequent guest speaker.

He currently sits on the board of directors for the Emerging Leaders Initiative of Utah, the Utah Young Republicans and serves as the Western Region Vice Chair for the Young Republican National Federation.

In his limited free time you can find him on the golf course trying to improve his handicap, spending time with his three younger brothers or doting over his two rabbits, Bunz and Roo.



Quincy is originally from Alaska and moved to the great state of Utah in 2018, where she lives with her husband and puppy.

She moved to Utah in order to attend Brigham Young University, where she majored in political science. She has a background in data analysis and legal studies.

During her undergrad, Quincy has worked for several federal and state public office holders, including Alaska Governor Dunleavy, U.S. Senator Murkowski, and Utah Senate President Adams. Since moving to Utah, Quincy has been involved with grassroots organizing and currently serves as the chairwomen of the Utah Federation of College Republicans, as well as President Emeritus of BYU College Republicans. She has worked as a consultant for several policy boards and think tanks and is an active voice in the Utah Republican Party. 

In her free time you can find her exploring libraries, 4-putting on the golf course, and hiking with her dog, Uzi. 




Abdiel Vazquez is a proud American-Mexican that believes in contributing to his community and helping to improve people's lives though public policy.

He is a graduate of Weber State University where he earned a bachelor's degree in Political Science. During his time at Weber State, he was involved in many organizations including the Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce, Weber State Student Government Association, the American Democracy Project, and many others.

He plans to pursue a Master's of Public Policy this fall.

In his spare time, he enjoys watching his favorite sports teams such as the New York Giants, New York Yankees, Utah Jazz, and Real Madrid dominate! 



John is a New Jersey native. After several years of working in New Jersey, he moved to Washington D.C. to work in government analytics and nuclear security. 

He has worked and volunteered for several issue-based, local, and state campaigns in New Jersey. His notable roles include serving as the National Political Director for the Youth Caucus of the Democratic National Committee, serving on the New Jersey State Democratic Party's Youth Committee, and serving as the Lead for DNC operations in New Jersey for the 2018 "Resistance Summer" program. 

He holds a bachelor's degree in economics and labor studies from Rutgers University and plans to pursue post-graduate education.

In his spare time, you can find him listening to a podcast or watching the NBA.



Ian is originally from Northern Illinois but moved to Utah to pursue his undergraduate studies at the University of Utah where he studied political science, public policy, and communications. He has a background in legislative affairs, journalism, and political communications. 

He is an alum of the Illinois State Senate, where he interned under the Senate Minority Whip. Ian also interned at the American Conservation Coalition in an executive communications role. 

Beyond his internship experience, Ian was previously the Vice President of Publications at a 501 (c)(4) non-profit. During his time there, Ian gained experience in editing and publishing the writings of others. Ian, a freelance journalist himself, has been published in The Washington Examiner, Deseret News, the Daily Utah Chronicle, and other national and local publications. 



Tyler was born in Sacramento and raised in Folsom, where he played football from a young age. Football made him learn the importance of teamwork, discipline, goal-setting and winning.

He is a graduate of the University of Utah, where he majored in Economics and Political Science. He is currently working through the MSF program in the David Eccles School of Business.

Since joining the political field, Tyler started on the Burgress Owens Congressional Campaign while serving most recently as Deputy Campaign Manager for Assemblyman Kevin Kiley Governor's recall race to replace Gavin Newsom.

In his free time, Tyler is a big fan of watching sports, going golfing, and learning more about football. 

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