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Juliette Boberg Joins LWV as Director of Corporate and Organizational Partnerships

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WASHINGTON - The League of Women Voters is proud to announce Juliette Boberg as director of corporate and organizational partnerships. Juliette joins the League’s growing external affairs team and will build strategic partnerships with businesses and organizations that share the organization's goals.   

“Juliette has been at the forefront of connecting some of the biggest brands and organizations together to raise awareness on the importance of civics and voting, said Adam Ambrogi, chief of external affairs for the League of Women Voters of the United States. “I am excited that she is going to be leading the work in building new and strong relationships between companies, organizations, and League—for the benefit of voters.” 

Prior to joining the League, Juliette served as senior director at Impactual–a DC-based social impact consultancy–where she led the firm’s corporate social responsibility work with clients including Snapchat, ViacomCBS, Uber, Refinery29, and more. She also managed several voting programs, including the launch of poll worker recruitment campaign Power the Polls, which recruited over 700,000 poll workers in 2020, and the Civic Responsibility Project.  

“I’m honored to join the League of Women Voters team as we aim to build new, innovative partnerships to meet voters where they’re at,” said Boberg. “Connecting the League’s nationwide voter education and organizing capabilities to partners’ platforms, networks, and channels of communication has the potential to widen the funnel of voter engagement tremendously. I’m excited to help build and implement this vision to maximize impact at the national, state, and local levels.” 

Juliette has also worked for civic organization Influence Change, managing a strategic planning process to set the organization up for success in activating its network of more than 250 artists and influencers to increase civic participation in the 2024 election and beyond. Juliette will expand upon her experience developing and managing relationships with corporate partners interested in supporting the League’s work, including the League’s award-winning election information website Juliette will also look to build relationships with associations, clubs, or other organizations that wants to work together to improve democracy. 


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