Fiona McLeod is an Account Associate at RALLY’s San Francisco office with experience in writing and journalism, strategic communications, and political campaigning.
At RALLY, Fiona has used her passion for mission-driven storytelling to support clients in advocating for environmental justice, equity in education, and child and family wellbeing. Currently, she is working on projects with the Stanford Center for Longevity, Leadership for Educational Equity, Imaginable Futures, and the Walton Family Foundation, and she has also previously supported the Casey Family Programs and NRDC teams. Fiona first joined RALLY as a member of the RALLY Campaigns team, where she worked on various city council and mayoral campaigns in the Bay Area during the 2020 election.
Fiona’s work is centered around the intersection of environmental and social justice. She has supported a number of environmental advocacy organizations working in the US and abroad –– including Women’s Earth Alliance, Asociación Americana para la Defensa del Ambiente (AIDA), and the Goldman Environmental Prize –– and is a frequent contributing writer at the Earth Island Journal, an award-winning quarterly magazine.
Fiona earned a BA in American Studies from Wesleyan University, where she concentrated in Indigenous Studies and minored in African American Studies. After college, Fiona moved to southern Chile, where she co-managed an organic produce farm at NOLS Patagonia.
Born and raised in the Bay Area, Fiona loves all things California. In her free time, you’ll find her backpacking, reading, gardening, or baking sourdough bread.