Angela Giacchetti is a strategic leader living in Los Angeles, CA.
Almost two years ago, Angela left the business world to work on one of the most exciting congressional races in the country. In her role as Regional Field Director, she rapidly built a dedicated team of staff, interns, and thousands of volunteers capable of exceeding voter outreach goals that would ultimately swing the election. Today, she serves as District Director for Congresswoman Katie Hill, implementing a dynamic strategy that includes constituent-centered communications and service-driven casework and outreach operations.
Prior to her work in public service, Angela developed her leadership skills and creative chops at Eventbrite–the world's largest event technology platform. As Eventbrite’s Senior Content Manager, she led the editorial strategy and drove the creative vision for all consumer-facing content, working with writers and creatives across the country. She has a track record in growing engaged audiences, scaling operations, and working cross-functionally to launch successful new products and features–all while maintaining a healthy obsession with testing and learning.
Angela got her start in nonprofit development and public affairs where she raised both awareness and cash for organizations like Planned Parenthood of NJ and Read Alliance. She holds a B.A. in Gender Studies and Political Science from the State University of New York at Purchase College.
Always striving to make meaningful connections, Angela has been an active member of several volunteer and networking organizations and has had the honor of speaking at the BizBash Event Innovation Forum, SoundCTRL’s FlashFwd Awards, Indie Media Camp, Social Media Week, the Planned Parenthood Truth Tour, and more.
On the side, she really digs exploring the outdoors, loving on her pets, practicing yoga, and geeking out on feminism, politics, and pop culture.
She has a dog (Lucy) and a cat (Gloria).
Angela has a goal of visiting every national park before she dies. So far, she's been to eight.
This is the only time she will write about herself in the third person.