Adam Robak is a Campaign Strategist & Digital and Communications Director at J&Z Strategies.
Robak works on a wide-range of client portfolios, including political campaigns for local, state and federal government, ballot measures as well as issue advocacy. He specializes in website development, digital creative and advertising, strategic communications, policy, research, political management, copy editing and speech writing. From writing direct mail for Harley Rouda for Congress - 2018's most expensive U.S. House race - to crafting speeches for trailblazing leaders like California's first-ever openly gay elected official Ricardo Lara - to producing cutting edge websites and digital advertising for statewide campaigns in New Mexico - Robak's deep experience and skills have contributed to countless victories for the firm's clients.
He joined J&Z Strategies soon after graduating from the University of California, San Diego, where he was the Governmental Relations Chair of the UC Student Association and Director of External Political Affairs of the UCSD College Democrats.
Previously, Robak developed a passion for political communications while interning at Shallman Communications. Additionally at UCSD, Robak assisted recognized Professor Isaac Martin on his research analyzing what impacts the passage of bond measures in the state of California.
A native of the South Bay area, Robak received a BA from UC San Diego in Political Science and Urban Studies & Planning.