Doug Lorenz, National Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus and an advocate for the ideas of freedom will discuss what must be done this Friday on the Spiritual Politician. One thing is for sure; it is time to begin a dialogue that is about bringing Americans together instead of using rhetoric as a weapon to divide.
Douglas Lorenz founded the computer consulting firm, Lorenz Technologies, in 1990. With offices in San Francisco and Sunnyvale, he provided network solutions and computer systems to companies throughout the Bay Area. As the Internet began to grow as a business and communications tool, Douglas returned to college to update his focus.
While in college, Douglas became active in politics, and used his computer skills to encourage greater online communication among political efforts. Douglas has been very active in developing volunteer political organizations, having created the first online presence for the California College Republicans during his college years. He continued his activities with volunteer political organizations through the Republican Liberty Caucus, and was recently elected to the position of National Chairman. Adding to his technology background, Douglas completed his B.A. degree from California State University Sacramento in Public Relations, with a minor in Economics.
Douglas came to the political consulting firm Russo Marsh & Rogers in 2000, and developed the company's current information technologies capabilities. Subsequently, during Bill Simon's campaign for Governor of California, Douglas served as the campaign's Director of Information Technologies, and designed the campaign's mobile "War Room" capabilities, allowing campaign staff to stay connected to the main office during remote activities such as conventions and political debates.