Jaime Horn

Jaime Horn

Jaime Horn

  • On May 26, 2020

Jaime Horn is a Principal with New Heights, where she brings over 20 years of experience in communications, international development and politics. Among highlights of her work at New Heights, Jaime has overseen a major healthcare advocacy campaign and managed a media outreach effort to thwart Trump’s Family Separation policy. Previously as a consultant for Seven Letter, Jaime managed a team that was responsible for garnering national and regional coverage for corporate and non-profit initiatives alike, including the launch of the best-selling book, “Moneyball for Government,” and Even the Score, a campaign for women’s sexual health about which the New York Times said, “the controversial campaign … helped tip the balance for flibanserin, which has been rejected twice by the FDA.”

Jaime has worked on international development for the Institute for Inclusive Security and UN Women SARO in New Delhi, India. As Vice President of Communications for the progressive radio network, Air America Radio, Jaime managed proactive communications strategies to promote the national radio network and directed crisis response plans amid numerous conservative attacks on the network and its on-air talent.

Jaime began her communications career in 2002 as a Senior Publicist and Editorial Associate for Miramax Books where she helped develop and implement publicity campaigns for numerous New York Times best-sellers, including Tim Russert’s “BIG RUSS & ME,” former Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright’s “MADAM SECRETARY” and Queen Noor of Jordan’s “LEAP OF FAITH.”

In 2013, Jaime founded The Andi Leadership Institute for Young Women, which aims to train the next generation of young female peacebuilders to be leaders in their own communities. The Institute was established in honor of Andi Parhamovich who was killed in Iraq in 2007 while advocating for democracy.

Jaime lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband, Mathew and their two children, Grace and Luke.

Fun fact: Jaime ran her first marathon when she was 20 in Hawaii with her 81-year-old grandfather.