As a progressive advocate and activist, Paige is passionate about using her communications skills to help advance Democratic politicians and policy. Paige has refined communications strategies and policy statements for political candidates, written and placed Op-Eds for non-profit executives, and worked at a grassroots level to change policies and help get candidates elected into office.
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, various labor unions, and more and was featured in national media including The Hill, The Advocate, NBC, and Good Morning America.
In 2020, Paige served as Communications Director for the Democratic candidate in one of the most Republican-leaning Senate districts in Pennsylvania. She worked with her candidate to campaign over an expanse of eight rural counties, leading up messaging, marketing, public relations, Web site development, social media, community relations, fundraising, and advertising.
She has also done writing, communications, and lobbying work for Moms Clean Air Force, and writes about activism and policy for Philadelphia Inquirer, Shareable, Keystone Edge (PA.gov), Grid, and more.