Dolphin Group Strategist Selected as a 2016 Leadership Fellow

  • Published March 10, 2016

Dolphin Group senior account executive Adriana Fernandez has been selected as a 2016 fellow for Leadership L.A. which is part of the Southern California Leadership Network (SCLN) dedicated to advancing the region by preparing and connecting Southern California leaders.

“Adriana is an exemplary choice for the Leadership L.A. fellows. Through her thoughtful and dedicated professionalism she has become a rising star in Southern California,” said Christine Aghassi, partner at Dolphin Group. “The SCLN fellowship will allow her to further hone her skills and to provide the most creative ideas and effective service to our clients.”

SCLN is the premier provider of issues-based learning, skill development and network activities for community, regional and statewide leaders. SCLN’s signature leadership fellowship programs provide many leadership development opportunities that are designed to promote lifelong leadership learning.

As a senior account executive, Adriana develops and implements strategic communications and advocacy campaigns for Dolphin Group. She spearheads public education, grassroots advocacy and community mobilization programs for many of the firm’s clients. With a background rooted in legislative affairs, she is skilled in distilling high-level policy issues to messages that resonate across a spectrum of audiences.

Adriana is the current President of the San Fernando Valley Jaycees, a Board member of the Valley Industry & Commerce Association Foundation, and a member of the Castaic Lake Water Agency’s Blue Ribbon Committee on water policy. In 2014, she was recognized by the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce as a “40 Under Forty” recipient. Adriana graduated from California State University Los Angeles.

Dolphin Group is a woman-owned public affairs and communications firm. The firm provides public affairs, communications, coalition-building, and community engagement services for some of the most influential Fortune 500 companies in the country.

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