Jackie Pomeroy is a Senior Account Executive at RALLY with expertise in research, policy analysis, and nonprofit management.
At RALLY, Jackie works with the 11th Hour Project, a program of the Schmidt Family Foundation dedicated to promoting responsible use of the world’s resources. On behalf of the foundation, she works with Stand Together Against Neighborhood Drilling (STAND-LA), an environmental justice coalition of community groups seeking to end oil drilling in L.A.’s neighborhoods. She also works with Casey Family Programs on a campaign to change the conversation about the nation’s child welfare system and keep kids out of foster care.
Jackie began her career at RALLY working with Students Matter, where she promoted the Vergara v. California case, and played a major role in developing CAFrackFacts, an organization that connects scientists with the media to drive informed decisions about California’s energy future.
Jackie is a graduate of Pomona College, where she majored in Public Policy Analysis with a concentration in Politics. While pursuing her undergraduate degree, she worked on a global initiative to promote informed citizen deliberation around the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Following her undergraduate studies, Jackie went on to receive a master’s degree in Public Policy and a Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Policy at the University of Southern California.
Having lived all over the United States, Jackie landed in California and has never looked back. She is captivated by L.A. as an urban laboratory and is particularly interested in how innovative transit solutions and vibrant public spaces might make it a more livable city. Though the bulk of her free time is spent spoiling her dog Louis, she also enjoys watching documentaries, practicing hot yoga, and searching for the perfect cup of coffee.