Bettina Inclán is the Executive Director of RightNOW, a women’s empowerment nonprofit. She brings over a decade of experience in government, media relations, crisis communications, coalition advocacy, community affairs and building successful strategic partnerships.

Bettina has held senior roles on Capitol Hill, at the Republican National Committee (RNC) and the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), where she previously helped launch women engagement efforts at the committee. A political campaign veteran, she has worked for candidates and elected officials from coast to coast, including Mitt Romney, Governor Rick Scott, and Governor Rick Snyder.

Her extensive media expertise includes serving as a spokesperson for companies and candidates, as well as providing independent political commentary on several international, national, local news outlets including on CNN, Fox News, PBS, MSNBC and Aljazeera America. She previously co-hosted an hour-long political talk show on Sirius XM satellite radio.

Previously, Bettina served as Senior Vice President at Mercury, an international public affairs firm, where she provided messaging and strategic counsel to major corporations, Silicon Valley firms and non-profits.

Bettina has built a reputation for her expertise in increasing the political participation among women and Hispanic voters. She has been recognized as one of the top conservative women in media and among America’s top Hispanic Americans in politics, including NewsMax’s “50 Most Influential Latino Republicans.” Some of her mentions include, Cosmo For Latinas listed Bettina as a top “Political Power Player” in their 2014 “Power Issue.” Latina Magazine listed her as one of the six key Latino players in the 2012 presidential race. Bettina formerly served as Director of Hispanic Outreach for the RNC, managing a national team to mobilize the Latino voters and is the former National Executive Director of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly.

Bettina is a native of Miami, Florida. She graduated from Florida International University with a degree in Political Science and a certificate in Latin American and Caribbean Studies. She is married to Jarrod Agen and they have two children.