Rochelle Mulondo is an associate in the social innovation and philanthropy practice in Sacramento, California. She uses research, advocacy and communication tactics to win public support for policy and legislative campaigns on behalf of private businesses and nonprofits in California.
Prior to joining the DSG Sacramento practice, Rochelle spent time in Washington D.C. interning at the U.S. House of Representatives for the Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus Congresswoman Karen Bass (CA-37). She was recognized for her dedication to public service and highlighted as a Matsui Fellow. At the end of her internship, she presented a policy recommendation on the juvenile justice system to the Congresswoman.
A native of Uganda, Rochelle graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelors of Arts in Public Health and a minor in Economics from the University of California, Merced where she led, mobilized and participated in various advocacy efforts related to food insecurity, higher education access, and sustainability.