Heather Hutt has been named State Director for Senator Kamala Harris.
A Los Angeles, California native, Hutt joined Senator Harris’ office in 2017 to work as Harris’ Southern California Deputy State Director and in 2018 was promoted to Deputy State Director where she worked on Senator Harris’ community town halls, civic engagement, and liaising with key leaders.
She is currently organizing Maternal Morbidity roundtables with health care professionals to discuss implicit bias in health care throughout the state to amplify Senator Harris’ Maternal CARE Act legislation.
Prior to working for Senator Harris, Hutt was the District Director for California State Senator Isadore Hall in California’s 35th Senate District. Prior to accepting her position in government, she was a founding partner in The Hutt Group, a marketing, branding, and event production company.
Her work has been recognized by the California State Democratic Party African American Caucus for “Breaking the Glass Ceiling” as the first African-American Deputy State Director for the U.S. Senate in California’s history. In 2018, New Frontier Democratic Club honored Hutt with the “Emerging Leaders Award.”