James Hackett-Little bolsters LPA’s digital team by developing strategic and targeted content for the firm and its clients. His experience in digital marketing and community advocacy help inform his work across a broad spectrum of accounts focused on energy, water, entertainment and more.
Prior to joining LPA, James served as an advisor, senior associate and digital specialist for clients and organizations including former Sacramento City Councilmember Allen Warren, the California Pan-Ethnic Health Network and New Faze Development.
Aside from his digital work, James moderates’ community forums focused on racial justice and healing where he encourages community members, of all backgrounds, to think critically of the depictions of communities of color that are presented in our media-rich landscape and challenges participants to view content through a lens of equity, diversity and inclusion.
James earned his master’s degree in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences from UCLA where he graduated with honors with emphasis in racial equity. In addition to his community work, James loves to explore new theatrical events, themed entertainment experiences and local communities across California with his family and friends.
Community and Civic Involvement
- Public Relations Aide, Sacramento City Council Campaign
- Co-Moderator, CSA Racial Justice and Social Activism Media Forum
- Co-Founder, Arbonne Connect: A Network for Consultants of Color