Yael Velvel

Yael Velvel is an account executive at Elevate in Los Angeles.

 

An experienced communications professional from Washington, D.C., Yael has worked with corporate, advocacy, and nonprofit clients to develop policy-focused narratives and manage high-profile earned media campaigns. Her past work includes Supreme Court of the United States advocacy, social justice reform initiatives across the public and private sectors, and support for nonprofit strategic public affairs objectives.

 

Yael began her career on Capitol Hill, helping to launch the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs Women Veteran Task Force and serving as a press aide for Representative Ann Kirkpatrick of Arizona. While working for the task force, Yael supported the development and passage of the Deborah Sampson Act of 2020, the most consequential legislation serving women veterans in more than a decade.

 

Yael earned her Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Wisconsin–Madison and her Masters in Media and Strategic Communications from George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs.

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Yael Velvel

Yael Velvel is an account executive at Elevate in Los Angeles.

 

An experienced communications professional from Washington, D.C., Yael has worked with corporate, advocacy, and nonprofit clients to develop policy-focused narratives and manage high-profile earned media campaigns. Her past work includes Supreme Court of the United States advocacy, social justice reform initiatives across the public and private sectors, and support for nonprofit strategic public affairs objectives.

 

Yael began her career on Capitol Hill, helping to launch the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs Women Veteran Task Force and serving as a press aide for Representative Ann Kirkpatrick of Arizona. While working for the task force, Yael supported the development and passage of the Deborah Sampson Act of 2020, the most consequential legislation serving women veterans in more than a decade.

 

Yael earned her Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Wisconsin–Madison and her Masters in Media and Strategic Communications from George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs.

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