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Founded by Bobbie Wasserman in 2007, Wave2 Alliances works with companies to build and leverage integrated communication programs that engage audiences and helped establish, enhance and preserve reputations using the full arsenal of today’s communications tools and channels.

The firm maintains a global roster of diverse communications and business professional alliances, allowing access to executive counsel and tactical practitioners that meet specific client needs.

Founder Biography

Bobbie WassermanBobbie Wasserman is an award-winning public relations executive that develops and executes strategic, integrated communications programs. She recognizes the interdependencies that build strong alliances based on business objectives.

As Founder of Wave2 Alliances, Bobbie collaborates with business leaders to develop communications systems and execute integrated communication programs that engage audiences and build reputations using the full arsenal of today’s communications tools and technologies. She has served as both an in-house communications executive and adviser at global communications firm Edelman.

Bobbie’s experience includes ten years in politics highlighted by appointment to Executive Director of The White House Project, a national nonpartisan 501c4 organization. In this role, she led national operations, supervised staff, a team of national consultants, and reported to the board of directors. Bobbie served as a national spokesperson and guest lectured at Columbia and American Universities.

Bobbie earned an MBA in Finance from the University of Southern California and a BA in Economics from the University of California at Los Angeles. She currently serves on the Celiac Disease Foundation Board of Directors, the Advisory Board for The Luncheon Society and Edison Awards National Judge; Best New Products Division. Bobbie is a former board member for California Women Lead – Los Angeles, former Environment Commissioner for California Assembly Speaker Karen Bass (now Congresswoman) and County Committee representative for California’s 41st Assembly District.

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