Paige Wolf is a communications expert dedicated to creating meaningful change locally and globally.
For more than 20 years, she has run Paige Wolf Media and Public Relations, offering communications services to a wide variety of clients including nonprofit organizations, political campaigns, and mission-driven businesses.
Paige has developed and executed national campaigns for brands in the wellness, beauty, arts, tech, sustainability, political, and philanthropic industries. For more than 15 years, Paige Wolf has been the PR firm of record for The Wardrobe (formerly Career Wardrobe), one of the nation’s largest independent organizations fighting clothing insecurity. She has handled PR campaigns for community and nonprofit programs and events including the Haddonfield and Manayunk Arts Festivals, Philly Healthy Schools Initiative, Philadelphia Solar Schools Initiative, Social Venture Institute, 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 has appeared as a communications and sustainability expert at conferences and on television networks including US Weekly Video, Cheddar TV, Fox29 Philadelphia, NBC10 Philadelphia, 6ABC Philadelphia, MyPHL17, and CBS Atlanta. She was the recipient of the Philadelphia Public Relations Association’s Fast Track Award, a finalist for KYW NewsRadio’s 2017 Women’s Achievement Award, and awarded “2023 Camden County Woman of Honor” by the Camden County Federation of Democratic Women.
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.
As an advocate and activist, Paige is passionate about using her communications skills to help advance Democratic politicians and policy. Paige has directed communications for political candidates and worked at a grassroots level to change policies and help get candidates elected into office.
For the 2023 NJ election cycle, Paige served Communications Director for Marino, Graner, and Weber for LD21 and Jonathan Sackett for Morris County Commissioner. In LD21, her state assembly candidates ran a strong race against popular moderate incumbents, narrowing the margin despite a 2.5% redistricting gain for Republicans, resulting in a 3.5% net increase for the Democrats. In Morris County, her digital campaign and messaging helped narrow the previous year’s margin by 2.3% in a heavily red-leaning county.
For the 2022 midterm cycle, Paige brought her communications and organizing skills to Red, Wine, and Blue which uses relational organizing to empower suburban women and increase turnout for Democratic candidates. She focused on specific regions of the Philadelphia collar counties where the vote for all candidates increased by significant margins, playing a key role in flipping a U.S. Senate seat and flipping the PA House of Representatives.
From 2021-2022, Paige served as Communications Director for Deja Alvarez, who made national headlines for her run to become the first trans state representative in Pennsylvania and the first Latina trans state representative in the nation. In a competitive four-way race, Deja secured national endorsements from EMILY’s List, LGBTQ Victory Fund, Latino Victory Fund, Represent PA, and various unions, and was featured in national media including The Hill, The Advocate, NBC, and Good Morning America.
In 2020, Paige served as Communications Director for Margie Brown, the Democratic candidate in one of the most Republican-leaning Senate districts in Pennsylvania. The campaign gained 5,000 votes over the district’s last Democratic candidate and decreased the margin in an area with energized support for the Republican candidates in a Trump election year.
Paige serves on the Executive Board of the New Jersey Democratic State Committee Jewish Caucus and is a member of the Haddon Township Democratic Club. She is the co-founder of SWEEP NJ, a grassroots group using relational organizing for community advocacy and voter turnout, where she also leads the Camden County membership.