Tiffany Muller

President, End Citizens United/Let America Vote

Tiffany is the President of End Citizens United, Let America Vote, and the End Citizens United/Let America Vote Action Fund. Since joining ECU, Tiffany has helped grow the group from a start-up to a nationwide organization with more than 4 million members and 1 million grassroots donors. Since its founding in 2015, ECU has raised over $200 million to help protect and strengthen democracy and has helped elect more than 600 democracy champions. Under her leadership, the group has made protecting the voice and vote of every American a national priority, which led to the introduction of the most significant anti-corruption and voting rights legislation in generations. Signifying its top priority status, the bill was designated H.R. 1 and S. 1, passed the U.S. House of Representatives, and received majority support in the U.S. Senate. Tiffany was named to Washingtonian’s list of the Most Influential People in Washington.

Tiffany began her career in government and politics when she became the first openly gay public official in Kansas in 2004 as a member of the Topeka City Council. There she led successful efforts to expand anti-discrimination protections. She has been described as a “force of nature” and a “high-quality leader” who can “grasp the responsibility to a larger cause.”

After working for Governor Kathleen Sebelius as her Research Director, Tiffany ran a political research firm based in Florida where she worked on some of the biggest races in the country. In 2012, she was the Vice President of Political Operations at Victory Fund in a record-breaking year for LGBTQ candidates that included electing the first openly LGBTQ U.S. Senator and doubling LGBTQ representation in Congress. She has served as a Chief of Staff to two Members of Congress and was the Deputy Political Director at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, where she worked with top-tier Senate campaigns across the country.

Tiffany received her undergraduate degree from Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas, and her master’s from the University of Maryland. She sits on the board of the Congressional Progressive Caucus Center. She is a die-hard fan of the Kansas City Chiefs and U.S. Women’s Soccer. She lives in Washington, D.C. with her wife and their daughter.