John Aristotle Phillips is a pioneer in the strategic applications of
technology to politics and political communication.
He serves as Chairman of the Board of Aristotle International,
the campaign technology firm where he has earned a
reputation as an innovator, entrepreneur and valued advisor in
the field of politics.
Aristotle’s successes in leveraging information technology to the
principal task of communicating with voters and opinion-leaders
Aristotle earned the IAPC award for Best International Campaign Team of the Year for
its work with the successful Ukrainian presidential campaign of Viktor Yushchenko.
Another Aristotle international client, Governor Manuel Rosales, won the AAPC
‘Champion of Democracy’ Award for his campaign to preserve democracy and human
rights in Venezuela in December 2006.
Mr. Phillips is a member of, and has addressed, the membership of the International
Association of Political Consultants, the European Association of Political Consultants
and the American Association of Political Consultants. Additionally, he has chaired or
served on panels for "Campaigns and Elections Magazine," and numerous campaign
boot camps for the Republican and Democratic National Committees.
Mr. Phillips graduated from Princeton University in 1978 with a Bachelors of
Science Degree in Aerospace Engineering. While at Princeton, Mr. Phillips received
international recognition for his design, from publicly available documents, of an
atomic bomb. He is the co-author of "Mushroom: the Story of the A-Bomb Kid," which
was sold to a television network for a made-for-television movie.