Maya Rosenberg is an associate in the Issue Campaigns and Movement practice area at The Raben Group, where she leverages her background in programming, logistics, and communications to facilitate relationships and foster coalitions that promote positive change. Maya’s keen eye for detail is matched by her focus on the big picture, allowing her to bring a unique perspective to the work of movement building, both at a high level and on the ground.
Prior to starting with Raben, Maya was a field organizer for several Democratic campaigns, both issue and candidate-focused, including local, state, and national campaigns. This culminated in her work as a regional field director for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition, reaching over 300,000 voters across three counties in her home state. Maya also served as the co-chair of JNF’s National College Summit, organizing programming about sustainability and social diversity and inclusion for 300 student leaders from across the country.
Maya graduated from THE Ohio State University in 2020, with a bachelor’s degree in Public Leadership, Management, and Policy and a specialization in Women and Gender Politics from the John Glenn College of Public Affairs. Since moving to Washington, Maya has taken advantage of all the incredible restaurants around the city and enjoys frequenting the many museums DC has to offer.