Angela Kuefler is a researcher and consultant with experience advising political candidates, issue advocacy campaigns, and corporations. She has done extensive political work in Minnesota, overseeing the polling in over 20 districts in the state during the successful 2012 House Democratic Caucus’ campaign to retake the majority. Her Minnesota work also includes polling for Senator Amy Klobuchar and Tarryl Clark.
Angela’s issue based clients and experience focuses primarily on gun violence and health care. Her recent work with gun violence prevention clients include:
- Americans for Responsible Solutions, created by Gabby Giffords and Mark Kelly
- The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
- The Joyce Foundation
- Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility
In her corporate work, Angela has polled and led focus groups for clients on branding strategy, building a positive corporate reputation, tracking the effectiveness of communications, and extensively testing advertising.
Before joining Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, Angela had been involved in campaigns at all levels, including the campaigns of Minnesota State Senator Tarryl Clark and U.S. Senator Paul Wellstone. Her organizing and policy experience includes work at the Minnesota State Senate, Amnesty International, the Red Cross, and the United Kingdom’s Women’s National Commission in London. She held multiple roles at Teach For America (TFA) and their affiliated organization, Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE). She was a founding staff member of both TFA’s Political Leadership Initiative and LEE, which were tasked with creating a culture of political action and civic engagement among Teach For America’s alumni.
Angela graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Hamline University is St. Paul, MN with a B.A. in Political Science and Communications.