Jessica Rosenblum recently rejoined Rabinowitz/Dorf Communications, where she began her career in public affairs ten years ago. Her return to the firm, which she likes to refer to as her "victory lap," follows an eventful eight year hiatus during which she served as the director of media and communications for Brit Tzedek v'Shalom, worked as a communications consultant to a variety of organizations and political campaigns in the United States and Israel, and did graduate work in Modern Middle Eastern history at the University of Chicago and Tel Aviv University.

As the director of media and communications for Brit Tzedek v'Shalom, Jessica defined the organization's public profile from its inception through its growth in less than three years into this country's largest and most vibrant Jewish grassroots peace movement. She served as the chief visionary and primary author of the organization's constituent listserv whose membership increased more than ten-fold under her direction. She also pioneered a highly effective strategy to integrate the communications and media goals of both the national organization and its local chapters across the country, which now serves as a model for other emergent grassroots organizations.

Since joining the Rabinowitz/Dorf team, she has worked closely with the principals to craft media and message development for a diverse range of the firm's clients including:

United Jewish Communities
United Jewish Communities-Washington
Brit Tzedek v'Shalom, the Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace
Hadasssah
American Jewish Committee
Israel 21c
Tel Aviv University
The Dan David Prize

Jessica has spent a great deal of time living, working, researching and studying in Israel and occupied territories and is proficient in both Hebrew and Arabic.

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