Paige Wolf is a communications expert dedicated to creating meaningful progressive change locally and globally.
Paige founded Paige Wolf Media & Public Relations in 2002, offering communications services to clients who contribute to a sustainable world and positive change.
For more than 15 years, Paige Wolf has been the PR firm of record for Career Wardrobe, one of the nation’s largest independent organizations empowering individuals transitioning to work with professional clothing and professional development. She has handled communications campaigns for political candidates at the state-level as well as community and nonprofit programs and events including National Youth Foundation, Manayunk Arts Festival, Philly Healthy Schools Initiative, Philadelphia Solar Schools Initiative, Social Venture Institute, Gershman Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival, and Sustainable Business Network. She has also done writing, communications, and lobbying work for Moms Clean Air Force, and writes about activism, parenting, and policy for Philadelphia Inquirer, Shareable, Keystone Edge (PA.gov), Grid, and more.
Paige’s book Spit That Out! The Overly Informed Parent’s Guide to Raising Healthy Kids in the Age of Environmental Guilt (New Society Publishers 2016) has received national acclaim from People.com, Pregnancy & Newborn Magazine, Babble, US Weekly, Parents.com, and more. She also wrote the e-book The Budget Activist: How to Make a Difference with Limited Time and Resources
Paige regularly appears as a sustainability and parenting expert at conferences and on television networks including US Weekly Video, Cheddar TV, Fox29 Philadelphia, NBC10 Philadelphia, 6ABC Philadelphia, MyPHL17, and CBS Atlanta. Her awards include the Philadelphia Public Relations Association’s Fast Track Award. She is one of Earth911.com’s “Five Moms Who Made a Difference,” Well Rounded’s “25 Eco Moms to Watch,” and a finalist for KYW NewsRadio’s 2017 Women’s Achievement Award.
Paige holds a degree in English/Journalism from the University of Delaware, where her work at the newspaper and resurrection of the campus magazine helped to earn two Pacemaker awards. She lives in the Philadelphia area with her husband, two children, and an American Hairless Terrier.