Spencer founded Solamere Capital with Tagg Romney and Eric Scheuermann. Spencer has spent the past seven years building the Solamere network while...
Spencer founded Solamere Capital with Tagg Romney and Eric Scheuermann. Spencer has spent the past seven years building the Solamere network while working directly with Governor Mitt Romney in both the public and private sectors. At Romney for President, Spencer was the youngest person in history to hold the position of National Finance Director for a presidential campaign. In that capacity, Spencer created and managed a team of 100 senior executives and 75 staff in one of the most successful fundraising efforts in the history of Republican politics. Spencer previously served as Deputy Chief of Staff and COO to the Office of Governor Romney in Massachusetts. In that position, he oversaw all operational and financial activity of the Office of the Governor. He also served as the executive liaison to five of the twelve cabinet agencies. Previously, Spencer worked in the Executive Office of the Salt Lake City Olympic Organizing Committee for the Winter Games of 2002, where he worked under the direction of Governor Romney to help erase a $379 million deficit. Upon completion, the Salt Lake Games were hailed as the most successful in Olympic history. Spencer is fluent in Spanish, Portuguese and Thai. Spencer and his wife Jenny reside in Wellesley, MA and are the parents of three children.