Arielle Goren

Senior Vice President | Strategic Communications
New York |

Arielle has nearly two decades of experience in political, corporate and crisis communications, from Capitol Hill to Silicon Valley and the campaign trail to the C-suite.

Prior to her current role at Avoq, Arielle founded and ran Juno Strategies, a boutique consultancy specializing in social impact communications for start-ups and nonprofits. Working with a diverse group of clients, she helped launch the cities of San Francisco and Oakland’s COVID-19 relief funds, created a coalition of gig economy workers in support of expanded healthcare access, and brought attention to new technologies that are preserving the stories of Holocaust survivors. As one of Uber’s early policy and communications hires, Arielle honed her business, executive and crisis communications skills.

Having previously worked as a speechwriter for top elected officials, she also has deep experience crafting major policy addresses, op-eds and keynotes. She began her career as an aide on the Senate Judiciary Committee, where she worked on three Supreme Court nomination hearings.

Arielle is a proud “city kid” who was born, raised and now lives in New York City with her spouse, children and canine companions. She enjoys testing new slow cooker recipes, reading novels and nonfiction in equal measure, and finally getting those 10,000 steps a day.