Luca Servodio is a Senior Account Executive at RALLY specialized in strategic communications, media relations and campaign execution. With experience at the intersection of politics, business and sports, Luca has honed his skills working on a number of once-in-a-lifetime opportunities, including an Olympic bid and a presidential campaign.
At RALLY, Luca works with the James Beard Foundation to advance racial equity in the restaurant industry, and with several clients on education policy issues. Luca has also worked with The California Endowment, The Annie E. Casey Foundation and Gap, Inc. on issues including clean water scarcity in rural communities, youth unemployment and pay equity. Luca also worked with the Parks Now coalition to help underserved, park-poor communities across California gain access to quality parks, and with Fix The Court to highlight the need for more transparency in the U.S. Supreme Court.
Luca took an extended hiatus from RALLY to help Los Angeles win the rights to host the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games. As Communications Manager, Luca informed and executed the Los Angeles bid committee’s multi-pronged strategy to win the support of athletes, Angelenos, and International Olympic Committee voting members. After Los Angeles was awarded the Games in 2017, Luca oversaw LA 2028’s communications during the committee’s transition from a bid committee to an organizing committee. In 2018, he served as a Communications Advisor on Rep. Harley Rouda’s (D-CA) successful campaign to flip California’s 48th congressional district for the first time since its founding in 1993. Immediately prior to rejoining RALLY in 2020, Luca familiarized himself with Iowa’s cornfields and Nevada’s casinos as Deputy National Press Secretary for presidential candidate Tom Steyer.
Born in Paris, France, Luca is a proud Angeleno by way of Rome, London, and Zurich, Switzerland. He is an avid long-distance runner and a Boston Marathon qualifier. When he’s not running, Luca enjoys going to Dodger games, waking up at ungodly hours to watch European soccer (football), and scouring the streets of Los Angeles for the next best slice of pizza.