three years of excellence
Vestige Strategies is one of the nation’s top civic and community engagement firms. Based in Washington, DC, we build engagement programs for campaigns, causes and companies to move their audiences to take action and win victories.
It’s our mission to foster stronger collaboration between our clients and their targeted communities, strengthening leaders and achieving tangible results.
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Meet the Team
- Stefanie Brown JamesCo-Founder & CEO
A native of Bedford Heights, Ohio, Stefanie Brown James is the CEO and Founding Partner of Vestige Strategies, LLC. Most recently, Stefanie served as the National African American Vote Director for the 2012 Obama for America Campaign. In this position, Stefanie organized the African Americans for Obama program and managed the national strategy to engage African American leaders and voters to register and re-elect President Barack Obama.
Formerly the National Field Director for the NAACP, Stefanie developed and administered the national field organizing strategy for the NAACP’s 2,200 adult branches and youth units in 48 states and the District of Columbia. Concurrently, Stefanie served as the National Director of the NAACP Youth & College Division representing 23,000 youth under the age of 25 around the country.
- Quentin JamesCo-Founder & COO
A native of Greenville, South Carolina, Quentin James is the Co-Founder & COO of Vestige Strategies, LLC. Most recently Quentin led a team of Vestige Strategies’ consultants in securing victory for Dr. Keith Rowley as Prime Minister of Trinidad & Tobago in 2015. Previously, Quentin was the Black Americans Director for the Ready for Hillary PAC. In that role, Quentin directed the PAC’s outreach to the black community across the United States, and helped recruit over 50,000 African American grassroots donors and over 3 million grassroots supporters.
Formerly the National Director for the Sierra Club’s Sierra Student Coalition, the nation’s largest youth environmental organization, Quentin directed the organization to train, empower, and organize youth to run effective campaigns that resulted in tangible environmental victories and developed leaders for the environmental movement. From 2009-2013, Quentin served as a National Board Member for the NAACP, the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization.