Noah Finneburgh is a Director at RALLY Campaigns, the political campaign strategy and paid media arm of RALLY, where he works to develop political and communications strategies for electoral campaigns throughout California. Noah specializes in paid media, targeting, and messaging. He approaches politics as both a science and an art, and is passionate about using creative communication tools to move public opinion.
At RALLY Campaigns, Noah manages strategy and paid media for campaigns for school board, city council, mayor, county supervisor, state assembly, and state senate, and for statewide and local ballot measures. Over the last several election cycles, he has worked to elect an array of progressive local candidates and has written TV, mail, and digital ads for state legislative independent expenditures.
Noah has also written and produced paid media for RALLY’s issue advocacy clients involved in state education funding, environmental protection, and state parks; and direct mail for a major statewide legislative battle around education in Washington state.
Prior to joining RALLY, Noah spent seven years as the Vice President and Communications Director at a Bay Area political consulting firm where he managed communications, direct mail, and digital strategies for candidates for municipal, county, and state office. He also worked on ballot measures at the local and statewide level. Previously, he worked as a fundraiser, field organizer, and social media manager for both local and statewide campaigns across California.
Noah grew up in Oakland and graduated from the University of California, Santa Cruz with a degree in Film and Digital Media and a Minor in Electronic Music. In his free time, Noah enjoys music, writing, reading political history, rooting for his Oakland A’s, and finding the next great sushi restaurant and coffee shop.