Asha Wafer is an Account Associate in RALLY’s Los Angeles office with experience in message development, strategic communications, research, and analysis.
At RALLY, Asha works with the James Beard Foundation, Campaign Zero, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Imaginable Futures, and the Center for Biological Diversity, supporting her clients in advocating for racial equity, police reform, educational equity, and environmental justice.
Asha joined RALLY as a fellow, where she provided communications support to SEIU United Service Workers West (SEIU-USWW) bringing awareness to their work advancing legislation to improve the working conditions of janitors across California.
Asha is a graduate of Tulane University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Communications and Sociology. As a student, she worked with The Office of Multicultural Affairs to encourage civil dialogue around social justice, inclusion, and relevant issues on campus. She was selected to be GirlTrek’s campus ambassador, bringing their mission of healing Black women and girls through the power of walking.
Asha strengthened her communications and advocacy skills through internships at a non-profit working with underserved micro-entrepreneurs to address opportunity gaps and a Los Angeles based boutique PR firm.
A native Angeleno, Asha enjoys spending time outdoors with her rescue pitbull, going on road trips, catching a local comedy show, play, or concert, and settling into a book at a cozy coffee shop.