Chief Executive Officer
Chuck Fuller understands business, loves politics, and knows how they intersect. He’s managed businesses as well as federal, state, and local campaigns. Today, Fuller combines his experience in both the public and private arenas by advising senior executives on how to promote a more business-friendly climate while navigating through the minefields of government and politics.
Fuller serves as a close confidante to business executives and their challenging outward facing role -- working together for their businesses and the common good of North Carolinians.
With more than 40 years of experience managing people and resources, Fuller led all aspects of business functions including serving as the CEO of a holding where he led mergers, start-ups, trademarks and license negotiations, and the relocation of manufacturing operations from Brazil to the United States.
Fuller has long been actively engaged on the political side of the public-policy equation working as the Campaign Manager for US Senator Lauch Faircloth and, before that, Robin Hayes for Governor. Fuller served as a senior aide to Congressman Charles Taylor and later as Deputy Chief of Staff to Senator Faircloth before shifting to the campaign.
Fuller resides in Raleigh with his family where he is a member of Summit Church and
currently serves on the Board of Directors for the National Taxpayers Union and the E. A. Morris Foundation.