Mission-driven Marketing and Communications
WHAT I DO
I work with non-profits, NGOs, and other socially conscious ventures to reach and inspire target audiences to meaningful action through web, print, and social media planning, copy writing, and editing. I do extensive research for each client I work with to make sure that the copy I write and revise accurately reflects their values and their location in their respective fields. Ultimately, I work with you to increase audience engagement and galvanize targeted action to help your organization further its mission.
WHY I'M PASSIONATE
I work exclusively with clients whose missions sync with my values of a more just, equitable, and peaceful world. I have over five years of experience working with international NGOs and other socially-conscious ventures, as a copy writer, social media manager, program specialist, and facilitator. You can rest assured that any project I take on won’t simply be a job to me — it will be an endeavor of passion to make the world a better place.
HOW I DELIVER
I have developed a marketing and communications strategy I call "You - Who - How," in which I delve deep into You, the client -- your vision, mission, values, and goals -- before learning about and understanding Who you want to reach -- your audiences. Then I work hard on assessing How best You can reach Who you want in order to galvanize action on their part in support of your mission.
WHO I'VE WORKED WITH
I've helped non-profits recruit volunteers, socially-conscious small businesses drive consumer action, and educational initiatives to bolster their marketing, communications, and social media outreach. I've managed social media, edited organization-wide existing copy for consistent tone and message, and created new copy from scratch. Whatever your organization needs, I can help!
GET IN TOUCH
Interested in working with me or learning more about what I do? Please get in touch, and I will respond promptly.
“How better to break through the stereotypes that racism and sexism have created than by clearly depicting our humanity, our beauty, our language?”