Spitfire Strategies

Spitfire hires the smartest and most passionate people we can find. We’re looking for folks who know communication inside out and are eager to see real progress on the most important issues of our day. If you fit this description, we want to hear from you.

At Spitfire, we work hard and we love what we do. We’re a group of creative, diverse and down-to-earth people who enjoy working together to face our clients’ toughest challenges head on. To attract the best employees, we offer a solid salary and benefits package. Join our team of smart, savvy colleagues to move meaningful issues forward in a fun, hard-working environment.

Spitfire is hiring. We currently have the following openings:


Administrative Assistant (San Francisco)

We are searching for an administrative professional to join our San Francisco office and serve as support for Spitfire’s managing director and west-coast operations.

Click on the links above for the full job description. To apply, submit a resume, cover letter and three writing samples to jobs@spitfirestrategies.com noting position title, salary requirements and which office you are applying to.

No phone calls, please.


Making History

A conversation with Spitfire President Kristen Grimm on the historic achievements of women — past, present and future.  It is well worth celebrating the accomplishments of women during Women’s History Month, but the fact is that women are making history every single day. That’s how Kristen Grimm sees it. Amy… (read more)

How Net Neutrality Became One of America’s Favorite Things

Jennifer Carnig

By Jennifer Carnig
Senior Vice President

At Spitfire, we’ve been engaged in the fight to preserve a free and open internet for nearly a decade, so we know how far we’ve come – and how far we still have to go. We’ve always understood that achieving the big victory of permanently preserving the open internet is… (read more)

Three Ways to Take Advantage of “Political Headaches”

Kristen Grimm

By Kristen Grimm

Today, I woke up to the news that President Donald Trump had created “political headaches for Republicans,” and my immediate response was yippee. No, not because I am mean. I, for one, love when something unanticipated opens up a big fat opportunity – one I couldn’t create no matter how… (read more)

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