Phillip Stutts

Founder and CEO

Phillip Stutts is the Founder and CEO of Go BIG Media, Inc. Before launching GBMI, Phillip started and successfully ran Phillip Stutts & Company, Inc. (2005-2015), a full service media and campaign consulting firm that advised a wide range of political, corporate and non-profit clients.

Phillip reached high acclaim in the political world by serving as the campaign manager for Bobby Jindal’s first run for Louisiana governor and serving President Bush in his 2004 reelection as the National Get-Out-The-Vote Director. Phillip’s grassroots program is still credited as the best in Republican Party history.

Phillip began his career in 1996 working for presidential candidate Bob Dole at the Republican National Convention. In subsequent years, he worked for four other presidential campaigns, the Republican National Committee, the National Republican Senatorial Committee, and ran the multi-million dollar “Victory Program” for John Thune’s U.S. Senate campaign.

In addition, Phillip served as a presidential appointee to the United States Department of Education, working on special policy projects and initiatives originating from the White House and Secretary’s office.

Phillip has been a contributor for Campaigns and Elections Magazine and regularly appears on national TV, including Fox NewsFox Business, MSNBCCBSC-SPAN, and NewsMax.

Phillip grew up in Birmingham, AL, and graduated from the University of Alabama. He loves his wife Annie, his daughter Parker, Alabama football, Coach Paul Bryant, and Coach Nick Saban – equally. 

Email Phillip HERE and follow him on Snapchat @phillipstutts1.


@phillipstutts, 13 hours ago

@coachgoldsmith Read Triggers, changed everything for me. Amazing book. Thank you.

@phillipstutts, yesterday

@BradOnMessage @SenCoryGardner Man that guy thinks ahead of his time...

@phillipstutts, 2 days ago

More Women Vote for Bernie Than Hillary, N.H. Exit Polls Show

@phillipstutts, 2 days ago

Yeah, but still...…

@phillipstutts, 2 days ago

Oh my. RT @guypbenson Exits: Among Dem voters who prioritize honesty, Hillary loses narrowly, 93-5%.