Kevin Singer is a Senior Account Executive at RALLY’s San Francisco office where he specializes in paid media and creative projects, digital communications, and electoral campaigns at RALLY Campaigns (learn more at http://rally.vote/).
At RALLY, he has worked on a variety of environmental and water-related issues, including campaigns to highlight inequity in California public parks, build support for Bay Area wetland restoration, call attention to inadequate water infrastructure, promote clean energy, and ban plastic bags in California. Recently, he played a key role developing the messaging strategy, paid media plan, and digital campaign for the 100 Hours effort to alleviate LA traffic by the Southern California Association of Governments.
Kevin will go as far as it takes to get the perfect product. He’s hiked miles for quality footage of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument, mastered complicated mapping technology to produce an award-winning interactive documentary, and worked closely with dialysis patients and care providers to capture authentic interviews for an online ad campaign. He is excited about the rapidly changing media landscape, in which digital channels are becoming the primary means of disseminating information, and takes pride in keeping RALLY’s clients on the cutting edge when it comes to crafting effective messaging and communicating to a highly targeted audience.
Prior to joining RALLY, Kevin worked as a campaign manager on state legislative campaigns where he coordinated strategy, managed digital programs and ad buys, oversaw field efforts, and conducted endorsement outreach. Previously, he wrote copy for various mailers, brochures, and emails for candidates in the North Bay Area.
Kevin graduated from Cal Berkeley (go Bears!) with a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in Theater. When he’s not in the office, he moonlights as a professional actor, singer, and performer around the Bay Area. He also enjoys rooting for his San Francisco Giants and Cal Golden Bears and watching some quality television.