Jacqueline Lee Rivera has developed and managed award-winning campaigns for feature films, global nonprofit organizations, and Fortune 100 companies to tackle social and environmental issues throughout the last 10 years. 

Jacqueline most recently served as Impact Producer for the film production company, Participant. Her work focused on increasing visibility, new partnerships, and policy change to further the filmmakers’ goals. At Participant she developed and managed impact campaigns for films including the Academy Award-winning film, American Factory, the NAACP Image Awards Best Documentary Winner, John Lewis: Good Trouble, and with the acclaimed filmmaker, Steve James, for his docuseries, America To Me. Prior to running campaigns for feature films, she presented and trained organizations internationally on fundraising and campaign management. Some of her past work included leading international humanitarian and disaster relief communications during the Syrian Refugee Crisis and in response to the Nepal Earthquake of 2015, developing cause marketing campaigns for tech and fashion brands partnered with GlobalGiving like Microsoft Youth Spark and Gucci’s Chime For Change, and building strategic partnership and communication strategies for international institutions such as UNESCO.

Jacqueline holds a Master of Arts in Global Affairs and Management from Thunderbird School of Global Management and a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from the University of Oklahoma, and she was a Dow Jones Journalism Fellow for the Oklahoma Institute For Diversity in Journalism. Jacqueline is passionate about the power of storytelling to open hearts and minds and can be found watching the latest films, sampling new restaurants, and attending concerts across Los Angeles.