Yosi Sergant has worked in communications, public relations, brand management, marketing, community organizing and business development -- integrating art, music and culture into his work whenever possible.

During the 2008 Presidential campaign, Sergant engaged artists in a vast viral movement supporting candidate Barack Obama, the most prominent of which is the now ubiquitous "HOPE" campaign he created with artist Shepard Fairey. Following the election, Sergant served in the White House Office of Public Engagement before accepting an appointment as the Director of Communications for the National Endowment for the Arts.

Sergant recently launched TaskForce, a pro-social marketing and public relations outfit in Los Angeles, engaging leaders of the creative community and orchestrates strategic initiatives designed to raise awareness and build momentum for organizations tackling our worlds most pressing challenges.

Sergant holds a degree from The University of California, Los Angeles where he studied Worlds Arts and Cultures.