Keeley Hanlon is an advisor to American Unity Fund, where she leads the organization’s political accountability and public education efforts in the states and at the federal level. Keeley’s wide-ranging efforts for AUF include mobilizing center-right constituencies and advancing conservative support across the country for the freedom to marry for same-sex couples and freedom from discrimination for LGBTQ Americans. Before joining AUF, she spent three election cycles managing voter outreach, political advertising, and grassroots engagement as part of the political team at the National Federation of Independent Business and went on to manage national field operations at the ONE Campaign. She has overseen independent expenditure campaigns in several U.S. Senate and Congressional races. Keeley began her career with internships on Capitol Hill and in the district office of then-Representative John Boozman of Arkansas. Keeley holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Arkansas.