Phoenix-based consulting firm Javelina is expanding its work in progressive branding and messaging to Colorado.
Coloradan Rob DuRay has been hired has a vice president.
“I can’t wait to start working with clients to identify the change they want to see in the world and then making it happen by bringing together the best strategies from the worlds of marketing and political campaigns," DuRay said in a statement. "We are ready to work closely with partners in every corner of Colorado.”
Javelina has operated in Arizona since 2012.
DuRay was part of the founding leadership of New Era Colorado.
His experience includes registering voters in detention for the Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition and to help elect "climate leaders" across the country.
He co-owns Bread Bar in Silver Plume, which also is co-owned by Sen. Steve Fenberg, the state Senate majority leader.