Savannah Farrell
Associate, Mercury Public Affairs
Savannah Farrell is an Associate at Mercury Public Affairs, a top international public relations firm, where she focuses on government relations and communication strategy. Through her work at Mercury, Savannah has come to understand how successful campaigns are built and run in order to win. As an Associate, Savannah provides results to the world's leading progressive advocacy groups, NGOs, political parties, governments, and companies. Prior to joining Mercury, Savannah interned with Concerned Home Managers for the Elderly, a non-profit managing the home healthcare of older adults. Additionally, she interned at Public School 154 in the Mott Haven area of the South Bronx, where she counseled at-risk elementary age students.  Savannah volunteers with various organizations including Eleanor’s Legacy, Manhattan Young Democrats, Swing Left, and Vote Forward. Savannah is a Master of Social Work graduate from Touro College where she earned Academic Honors with Distinction and a 4.0 Cumulative GPA. She also holds a B.A. in family health and child development from American Public University. Savannah’s guiding principle in life is equality. In pursuit of change, Savannah uses the concept of equality to determine the best way to pursue progress and lead within organizations. When working to find solutions to social issues, Savannah begins by establishing a desired equitable outcome. She is then able to work backwards in developing actionable steps to achieving equitable solutions based on the unequal situation at hand. Equality is a concept Savannah believes in whole heartedly. Although she realizes true equality will not be achieved in her lifetime, Savannah will do all she can to leave the world a more equitable place. Savannah grew up in rural Missouri where she showed horses with her local 4H club. During her free time, Savannah enjoys traveling abroad, developing new skills, and spending time with family and friends.