Teja Foster is a social media director and specialist originally from Oakland now residing in Los Angeles. Her work focuses on digital activism and social justice work that helps impact Black and brown communities. As a political activist, her agency and personal life profile is helping to advance political brands to reach more users and activate change.
In the past she has built hashtags like #SchoolsNotPrisons, #RiseUpAsOne, #PeoplePower #Athletes4Impact and more. Her most recent work spreads across grassroots organizations like the Alliance for boys and men of color and Here To Lead, both focused on uplifting and driving change through California.
In her spare time, she enjoys hip-hop music and culture and traveling globally.
Social Media and Activism
Most recently GTWS's work with Rock The Vote and She The People have placed both brands as the leading organizations facilitating a successful election for 2020. She The People recently helped place the first Black and Asian woman to be on the ticket as a VP candidate for the 2020 election. GSWT created all content surrounding that win.
Rock The Vote has continued to lead the voting rights space for over 30 years, in 2018 GSWT came in and helped pivot the brand to focus on the needs on a grass root level and grew there social media page beyond belief. They have registered over one million new voters since increasing their online visibility.
Select Press Features
Instyle Magazine. Teja Foster Is Getting the Word Out- Building Political Power.
NPR. Rock The Vote builds a Minecraft voting world to active young voters in 2020, driven by Teja Foster.
The Verge. Voter experience meets the digital age.
Mashable. Build The Vote, a Minecraft virtual practice voting experience by Rock The Vote and Sidlee.
USA Today. ‘Wake up call’: Prominent group warns Biden campaign that it's falling short on outreach to women of color.
CNN. Rock the Vote launches virtual summer initiative to register 200,000 voters.
Business Insider. New storytelling initiative elevates the work of diverse Sacramento leaders.
Entertainment Weekly. Katy Perry, Black Eyed Peas join Rock the Vote virtual event.
CNBC. George Floyd protests created a surge in voter registrations, groups say.
LA Times. R&B singer Miguel headlines concert in Adelanto calling for end of immigrant detention.
Kulture Hub. How TIDAL X inspired the youth to get to the polls and Rock the Vote.
CNN. Rock The Vote is mad at Eric Trump for using its graphic.
Bustle. Here’s Where To Find All The Info You Need About Voting In Your State.
Rolling Stone. Inside Miguel’s Political Awakening.
XXL Mag. Pusha T and John Forte Perform for Calipatria State Prison Inmates.