Eliana Langer is the communications project manager and editor at the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, where she collaborates with program staff to create the annual review, board books, and other projects.
Before joining the Fund, Eliana worked for several years as a paralegal at an environmental law firm in Kalispell, Montana, that earned settlements for miners and their families who had been sickened by corporate pollution and negligence. Later, as a research analyst, she contributed to ABC News/Washington Post polls and weekly reports for the Societal Experts Action Network (SEAN) on the coronavirus pandemic, among other projects. She also worked as a community organizer in rural areas that had been historically excluded from political organizing and engagement.
Eliana holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Environmental Studies from Macalester College. After graduating, she worked for several seasons as a whitewater raft guide and ski instructor near Glacier National Park.