Agnes Warfield, executive vice president at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, is responsible for major corporate and individual contributions to the U.S. Chamber and its affiliates. In this capacity, she manages donor relations and fundraising strategies for the majority of the Chamber's programs and initiatives. Warfield is dedicated to delivering first-class value to Chamber members and donors. Since joining the Chamber in 1997, she has overseen revenue increase from $4 million to over $243 million in 2018.
Previously, Warfield served as president and founder of The Warfield Group, a fundraising consulting group whose clients included the Republican National Commitee, America's Promise, the Royal Worcester Museum, and the Lamar Alexander Political Action Committee. Prior to that, she served as director of surrogate operations at the Republican National Committee, and she was finance director for Alexander for President and the Republican Exchange Satellite Network.
Earlier in her career, Warfield was deputy chief of staff at the U.S. Department of Education, where she directed the scheduling and advance operations for the secretary. Before that, she was deputy chief of protocol for visits at the U.S. Department of State. Warfield also served in the Office of the Vice President, George H.W. Bush.