Maloreigh Todd is a rising sophomore at Georgia Institute of Technology, where she is a Diversity and Inclusion Fellow. In the spring of 2018, Maloreigh served as an intern for Senator Johnny Isakson (R-GA) before joining our staff as a Fellow. Maloreigh quickly moved into the role of Events Coordinator and Scheduler here at Mallory Hagan for Congress. Maloreigh is from Columbus, Georgia and attended Glenwood School in Phenix City, where she graduated early.
Maloreigh holds the title of Miss Albany (Miss Georgia Organization). Her platform is Better Together: Promoting Social Inclusion and Diversity. Through her platform, Maloreigh has worked with multiple national non-profit organizations such as the National Inclusion Project and the Anti-Defamation League.
Her hobbies include playing soccer and tap dancing.
Dalton Cutter Goode, Communications
Dalton Goode is graduate student at Northwestern University and the Communications Director. Before joining the campaign, Dalton was the Communications Director for another Alabama Congressional campaign, GOTV Organizer on Doug Jones Senatorial campaign, fellow with the Alabama State House Minority leader’s office, intern with John Ossoff’s Congressional campaign, and fellow with the Progressive Policy Institute. Dalton is from Alexandria, Alabama and graduated with his undergraduate degree from Jacksonville State University.
Dalton is an advocate for a wide number of issues. At Jacksonville State University, he helped secure grant funding and coordinate a campus wide recycling program as Vice President of Earth Club. As treasure of College Democrats, Dalton helped organize numerous fundraisers for 2ndChance, a women’s shelter in Anniston, Alabama. In 2017, Dalton developed a program for municipal Board of Educations to register high school seniors before graduation.
Dalton’s hobbies include hiking, traveling, and swimming.
Joshua Miller, Political Director
Joshua Miller is a communications strategist in media and outreach specialist who started his career in 2015 as an intern for iHeart Media in Birmingham, Alabama. He spent his remaining time in college in television stations and production studios honing his skills while balancing school and spending his weeknights as the community liaison for Pelham based company RIMM Media. After graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and Broadcasting, he began Hero Culture, a brand that focused on the new wave of pop culture, writing articles and hosting a weekly podcast.
In 2017, he moved and started working at WLTZ NBC 38 in Columbus, Georgia where he served as a Production Assistant and co-hosted a football based television show called the Late Kick with current news anchor Josh Pate. His experience in media relations and networking led him to a full-time role as the Political Director for the Hagan campaign where he could utilize his skills in a political capacity. He is from Auburn, Alabama and a graduate of Auburn High School and the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
His hobbies include singing and writing music, reading comics, and making short films with his brother.
Jaime Moore, Finance
Jaime Moore is a native of Auburn, Alabama. Upon graduating, Jaime danced professionally in cities like Memphis, TN and Cincinnati, Ohio,
Now, Jaime is the Mallory Hagan for Congress Finance Director by day and a dance teacher and choreographer at night. She currently works at Make Your Move Performing Arts in Opelika, Prodigy Dance Centre in Columbus, GA, and is adjunct faculty at LaGrange College.
Her hobbies include going to the lake, reading, and hanging out with her daughter, Camden.
Camilo Pedro, Field Director
Camilo Pedro studied political science at DePaul University in Chicago as a student veteran. While in college, he worked as a constituent advocate for Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky of Illinois before becoming a field organizer in 2012 for President Obama in Florida.
Camilo has since directed field operations for a number of high profile campaigns in Kentucky and Illinois. Most recently, Camilo developed and implemented the field program that is credited with winning a six-way Democratic primary in Illinois that saw 60,000 doors knocked and 100,000 phone calls made in under six weeks.
In his spare time, Camilo likes to hang out with his pup Tobias.
Heather Connelly, Deputy Field Director
Heather Connelly is from Auburn, Alabama and a graduate of Stanford University with degrees in Theater and Political Science. Heather is grateful to have returned home to East Alabama after graduating this June . While in school she participated in over 15 theatrical productions on and off stage and served as Artistic Director of the Stanford Shakespeare Company. She also served as a tour guide, Resident Assistant, kitchen manager, and member of the drum line.
Her desire to bring justice to our nation was truly solidified in her time as extern for U.S. District Judge William H. Alsup. That drive led her here to the Mallory Hagan for Congress team, where she started as a fellow and rose to Deputy Field Director position. Heather is responsible for field organization, training, recruitment and more.