Jenna Mazza is an Account Associate in RALLY’s San Francisco office with experience in strategic communications, policy research and analysis, and earned and social media.
At RALLY, Jenna works with clients to achieve greater gender, racial, and socio-economic equity through messaging development and creative advocacy campaigns. She currently provides communications content and digital strategy for Lift to Rise, an organization distributing COVID-19 rental assistance and improving long-term access to affordable housing in the Coachella Valley. Additionally, Jenna works on message development and thought leadership for the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning.
She has previously developed an advocacy campaign for the Costume Designers Guild and provided digital and thought leadership support for Reboot Representation, a coalition of leading tech companies working to increase Black, Latina, and Native American representation in tech. Jenna joined RALLY as a communications fellow, where she worked with the California Independent System Operator to develop communications strategies and social media recommendations after California’s extreme weather and statewide power outages in 2020.
Prior to joining RALLY, Jenna worked for a variety of government and nonprofit organizations, including Scottish Parliament and the USC Gould School of Law, Immigrants and Global Migration Initiative, where she led initial planning for a comprehensive university-wide Dream Center for undocumented students and staff.
Jenna graduated from the University of Southern California with degrees in international relations and Spanish. During her time there, she focused on nonprofits and public policy as well as women’s and forced migration issues.
A Northern California native, Jenna enjoys buying more historical fiction and social issue books than she can read, hiking with her lab, and discovering new rooftop restaurants. She is also a certified personal trainer.