Gabriel Jacobs managed digital media and content strategy, supporting The Rockefeller Foundation’s efforts to build global resilience by developing meaningful connections across the online space. Combining content development and community engagement with a transmedia storytelling framework, he utilized innovative digital strategies to bridge communication and catalyze action.
Prior to joining The Rockefeller Foundation, Gabriel developed and managed large-scale digital storytelling campaigns for high profile consumer and nonprofit organizations at Edelman. In addition, he was responsible for launching and managing the Influencer Relations program at Banyan Branch, now Deloitte Digital (Seattle).
Feb 05 2015Blog Post Stories from the Field: The Intersection of Sports and Impact Storytelling By the time Tom Brady kneeled down on the field to bring an end to Super Bowl XLIX, the game had become the most-viewed U.S. television event in history. Over 114 million people—roughly three times the population of Canada—tuned in to watch twenty-two men compete on a field in Glendale, Arizona. Yet, as the telecasts, […] Gabriel Jacobs Jan 13 2015Blog Post What Big Idea Will Transform 2015? As we are gearing up for another year of building resilience and advancing inclusive economies around the globe, we asked our Twitter community (a wonderfully opinionated bunch if ever there was one) to share what they think will be the biggest ideas and trends driving progress in 2015. Our staff joined the fray, offering wide […] Gabriel Jacobs