Justin Lagera is an Account Associate at RALLY’s San Francisco office with experience in strategic communications, messaging development, and policy research and analysis.
He joined RALLY as a Communications Fellow, supporting campaign strategies for Tipping Point Community and messaging development for the Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa and the 11th Hour Project. Currently, Justin is working with the International Union for Conservation of Nature to build a campaign that seeds a new economic vision for Uganda without the oil and gas industry. Additionally, he is facilitating community engagement strategies with All In Washington and examining the impacts that COVID-19 and the ongoing anti-racism movement have had on the narrative around postsecondary students with children for Imaginable Futures.
Prior to RALLY, Justin received a bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a minor in Conservation and Resource Studies from the University of California, Berkeley (Go Bears). To pursue his interest in environmental advocacy, he worked on the Climate One podcast supporting strategic development efforts as well as with Berkeley Law’s Project Climate performing policy research. Justin has been involved with a pro-vaccine campaign and affordable housing development in the Bay Area.
Outside of RALLY, Justin loves spending his time hiking, playing the guitar, or watching a good movie.