Julian Isidro is a New Jersey native and longtime conservative political activist with a deep passion for doing what is right for our country. His experience and knowledge have brought him to former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio’s primary campaigns in 2016. He was most recently a member of President Donald Trump’s digital team for the 2020 presidential election. During the 2020 election, Julian helped raised over $1 million and send over 10 million texts per day in the lead up to the November election. Julian was also a White House intern in the Office of Presidential Correspondence during Fall 2018. In that role, he responded to hardship requests from the American public. Julian is a graduate of Rutgers University with a degree in Public Administration.
Do you have any skills or talents that people don’t know about?
Most people don't know I was in customer service for about 10 years with gigs at Starbucks and CVS, which is a skill I use to this day.
What was your first job?
My first job was at CVS in 2010. I was there for 5 years before I switched to Starbucks, so I could learn all the secrets! I was there for another 5 years before coming to DC.
Who is someone you admire?
Political figure-wise, I admire former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley (R-SC) because of her approach to foreign policy and display of American toughness at the United Nations during her tenure. That really inspired me. Plus, as the child of immigrants, I can relate to her story as well.
If I were a superhero, my superpower would be…
My superpower would be the ability to read and change minds -- it would make politics a whole lot easier!
The best piece of advice I’ve ever been given is…
The best piece of advice I have ever been given is "slow and steady wins the race," as a reference to work quality and speed.
What motivated you to select this career path?
My motivation was the desire and passion to help people. Politics is a way to get your voice heard, especially the voiceless. That is why President Trump was successful - because he spoke to people like no other politician did before and actually connected to a segment of the American population that was never really active before.
What problems do you consistently solve for your clients?
When I was in my previous positions, the kind of problem I liked to solve was "What are you missing?" and finding out "What do you need to be ready to succeed?"
What is your most significant accomplishment as a professional?
My most significant accomplishment was when I was a White House intern for President Trump in 2018. I cleaned up the process we were using to re-direct requests from the American people who were contacting the administration for help. Prior to my internship, requests were being sent out based on a heavily outdated 2014 reference binder from the previous administration. My updated binder required contacting every federal agency and took 1.5 months to complete. It stayed at the White House after I left and I hope they update it more frequently.