Mindy Ruff Mazur is listed in The Missouri Times as one of the 30 Women Changing Politics. These 30 women are noted for having a direct impact on public policy, despite not serving the state as a legislator or legislative staff member.
Mindy is a principal at GPS Impact, a user-focused design and digital firm. For several years, she was the chief of staff for Missouri’s secretary of state, and managed statewide candidate campaigns, worked with presidential and congressional campaigns, and served as the statewide director for America Votes, a coalition of non-profit and issue advocacy organizations. Mindy is the past chair of the University of Missouri’s Griffiths Leadership Society for Women and a member of the 2015 Greater Missouri Leadership Challenge class.
Mindy has a bachelor’s degree in Communications from the University of Missouri, and a master’s in Political Management from The George Washington University.