Omara Strategy Group provides strategic guidance to progressive electoral candidates, campaigns, and organizations. We focus our services on women, people of color, & LGBTQ candidates and organizations in need of political programming and capacity building services to organizations that center women and people of color in their mission

Through fundraising, campaign services,  capacity building, training/facilitation, program development, and political programming and organizing, we support organizations and candidates dedicated to achieving a fully representative democracy that has women, people of color, LGBTQ Americans and other underrepresented groups in public office and at the forefront of movement organizations.At Omara Strategy Group, we believe that elections impact the lives of everyday Americans and that organizations can powerfully impact communities. Real progressive change requires diversity of thought and leadership and to gain results we must often challenge the status quo. We also believe that progressive social change is not solely achieved through electoral politics or solely through activism but combining the two to achieve critical mass in a fully representative democracy.

We help you start up a campaign or fundraise or strategize a program for your organization. We help you understand what is working in your campaign or organization, what isn’t, using research and our experiences as former candidates, campaign staff, and organization leaders. We use our network to get you what you need, to get the work done.


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Omara Strategy Group President Pens Op-Ed for Washington Post’s The Lily

Atima Omara writes that it’s time for progressive organizations and the Democratic Party to recruit, train, fund and elevate black women leadership. At this year’s Golden Globes, talk show billionaire, actress, producer and legend Oprah Winfrey was bestowed the prestigious Cecil B. DeMille Award and gave a powerful speech about service to others, race, gender … Continue reading Omara Strategy Group President Pens Op-Ed for Washington Post’s The Lily

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