Fort Worth native Joseph “Tex” Dozier is principal at JTD Strategies, a general consulting firm working at the intersection of public affairs, politics, and marketing.
With its global reach and local focus, JTD Strategies advances liberty from small towns to international capitals and has participated in projects, election monitoring, and campaigns in the Caribbean, Eastern Europe, and in Asia. Stateside, JTD Strategies has consulted on local and judicial campaigns in eight states with an over 90% win percentage, assists other general consultants on their telemarketing and copywriting needs, and executes grassroots advocacy campaigns for corporate clients. The firm has received multiple industry awards for public affairs campaigns, automated phones, live phones, and collateral. During the 2016 general-election cycle, JTD Strategies successfully oversaw EDO (election-day operations) for the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
Before founding his firm in 2012, Joseph Tex Dozier worked with various non-profits including the Sam Adams Alliance, the Cato Institute, and the Leadership Institute. He began specializing in niche grasstops and grassroots advocacy when, at the age of 19, he signed with Coca-Cola to execute a national public affairs campaign. In 2015, Red Alert Politics named Tex to its “30 under 30” recognizing rising politicos on the Right. In 2017, Tex was recognized among the COMPOL 100 as one of the hundred most influential political professionals for making “significant professional contributions around the world towards achieving noteworthy success in the political and public affairs fields” that includes “cultivating pro-NATO support in Eastern Europe and exposing Russian-backed opposition efforts.”
Tex has a B.A. in political science and a graduate certificate in professional editing from the University of Chicago.
Outside of work, Tex is a member of Leadership Fort Worth, leads the Fort Worth Breakfast Club, serves as an elected Republican precinct chair and area leader, and volunteers with the North Texas Community Foundation’s WORTH initiative and the Fort Worth Public Library Foundation’s Annual Cigar Smoker Committee. He is an amateur yet avid cigar connoisseur and enjoys rugby, scuba diving, and piano.