Blue State, which works with purpose-driven organizations, has hired Christopher Huntley and Rachel Kopilow, veterans of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s 2020 presidential bid.
Huntley, who served as senior speechwriter for Warren, joins the firm as VP of strategic communications. He was previously communications director for Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) and also served as millennial media director for Hillary Clinton during the 2016 campaign.
Kopilow, who ran the video team for the Warren campaign, comes to Blue State as VP of strategic communications & creative director. Before working for Warren, Kopilow was deputy director of video in the White House Office of Digital Strategy under President Obama.
In addition, Lauren Tsuboyama, who most recently served as VP of communications at urban planning, research and advocacy non-profit the Regional Plan Association, has come on as senior director of strategic communications.