Whitney Bilyeu

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Whitney Bilyeu
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National Chair
Libertarian National Committee
July 12, 2021—present
Predecessor: Ken Moellman (Acting)
Successor: Incumbent
State Chair
Libertarian Party of Texas
Predecessor: John Wilford
Successor: Incumbent
Personal Details
Occupation: VP of Sales Texas CEO Magazine
Residence: Houston, TX
Party: Libertarian Party
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Whitney Bilyeu is the current National Chair of the Libertarian Party. Previously Region 7 Representative, she was selected by the LNC to serve as Chair on 12 July 2021, to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Joe Bishop-Henchman.

She is also Chair of the Libertarian Party of Texas, and a three-time candidate. In 2019, she was appointed the interim Development Director on a volunteer (not staff) basis after the resignation of Lauren Daugherty. She is a former teacher now working as the Vice President of Sales for Texas CEO Magazine.

Organizational Positions

Libertarian Party
  • National Chair - 2021-present
  • Libertarian Party Member - 2012
  • Libertarian Party Lifetime Member - 2017
  • Delegate to National Libertarian Party Convention - 2016, 2018, 2020
  • Libertarian National Committee (LNC) Region 7 Representative - 2016-2021
  • LNC Convention Oversight Committee - 2016-present
  • LNC Advertising and Publication Review Committee (APRC) - 2016-present (Chair - 2017-present)
Libertarian Party of Texas
  • Delegate to Texas Libertarian Party Convention - 2014, 2016, 2018, 2020
  • Texas State Libertarian Executive Committee - 2014-2016
  • Texas State Libertarian Executive Committee Ex Officio - 2016-present
  • Candidate for Texas State Senate District 7 - 2014
  • Candidate for Texas State Board of Education District 6 - 2016, 2020
  • Gulf Coast Regional Coordinator - Mark Miller for Texas Railroad Commission Campaign - 2016
  • Operations Manager - Mark Tippetts for Texas Governor Campaign - 2018
  • State Chair Libertarian Party of Texas - 2020 - present