Theresa May is one of Britain’s most accomplished public servants and one of the Conservative Party’s most experienced leaders. She was elected to Parliament in 1997. From 2002–2003, she oversaw the Conservative Party’s HQ as Party Chairman. And since 2010, Theresa May has served as Britain’s Home Secretary — serving longer in that demanding role than anyone in the last century.
When Prime Minister David Cameron announced he was stepping down in the wake of the Brexit referendum, Theresa May announced she was stepping up.
We were approached by her emerging campaign team on a Tuesday afternoon with a crucial ask: could we develop her branding, design her website, and deploy her digital infrastructure by Thursday morning? Just 36 hours to get the job done. Well, the answer was “yes:” we could, and we did.