Teddy Goff

Teddy is a partner and co-founder at Precision Strategies, a strategic consulting firm whose clients include Fortune 50 companies, leading non-profits, and national-level campaigns in the United States and abroad. One of the most celebrated digital experts in the world, he was named to TIME’s list of “30 people under 30 who are changing the world” (2013).

Teddy was the director of digital strategy for President Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign, leading 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. TIME described his work as “redefining the limits of viral politics.” His work on the campaign has been featured in TIME, Bloomberg Businessweek, Rolling Stone, New York Magazine, BuzzFeed, Business Insider, the Washington Post, and the New York Times.

Teddy also led the creation and launch of the Obama administration’s new WhiteHouse.gov website as a senior member of the Presidential Transition Team.

Before joining the campaign, Teddy served as associate vice-president for strategy at Blue State Digital, overseeing BSD’s global creative team that serviced more than 75 active engagements around the world. He also personally directed programs for Microsoft, Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Partners In Health, American Express, Carnegie Hall, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, among others.

Teddy lives in Manhattan and is a graduate of Yale University. He has been featured in Bloomberg Businessweek’s list of “The Most Eligible Hires in Techdom,” AdAge’s “Wish List” of the top four Obama campaign officials, the AdWeek 50, and other books and publications, and has appeared as a guest on the Charlie Rose Show.