About Global Wave Digital
The evolution of grassroots organizing and online communication has created new pathways to build movements, drive social change, influence politics and consumer behavior.
Organizations and companies can empower individuals to build and lead powerful movements of passionate advocates with the correct online organizing tools, social media communication and smart, disciplined analytics.
Global Wave Digital helps organizations and companies develop meaningful, authentic relationships with brand advocates. We help you move beyond buzz building, to unlock the true power of the Web to equip your target audiences with the tools to drive the grassroots vision of your organization’s mission.
About Jesse Danzig
Jesse Danzig has spent the past decade building movements to drive social change. He is the founder of Global Wave Digital.
Jesse and the Global Wave team have helped sparked movements in over 20 countries; helping organizations drive meaningful social change in tobacco control, road safety, environmental protection and obesity prevention.
Prior to starting Global Wave Digital, Jesse was the National Online Organizing Director for the Sierra Club where he led the digital strategies to empower the organization’s 2.1 million members to explore, enjoy and protect the planet. Leading a staff of 20, Jesse oversaw the engagement strategies, data analysis and systems that pioneered the Sierra Club’s new methods to cultivate advocates from clicks behind the computer screen to working side by side with organizers in their local communities.
Prior to the Sierra Club, Jesse was Vice President of Advocacy Clients for The Element Agency. managing digital campaigns for clients such as AARP, the League of Conservation Voters, the Nuclear Threat Initiative, American Rivers and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. His work has garnered awards and recognition from the American Association of Political Consultants, the Communicator Awards, the Public Relations Society of America and others.
Jesse lives in San Diego (as everyone should at some point) with his wife, son and daughter where they don’t surf nearly as much they’d like.