I use my creative chutzpah to help nonprofits and foundations engage their communities and share their stories. I specialize in moving marketing and communications projects from strategy through implementation, applying my planning foresight to right-size the work.
I'm determined to help organizations experiment bravely in their social media, blogging, content marketing, media relations, brand messaging, and other digital and traditional communications. No noob to digital, my first professional social media experience was running Arianna Huffington’s plucky Friendster profile during the 2003 California gubernatorial campaign. I have a B.A.—in chemistry, of all things—from New York University.
My clients include California Family Health Council and TeenSource, Caravan Studios, the David & Lucile Packard Foundation, GovLoop, Points of Light, NGOsource, TechSoup Global, YTH, and others. I've presented at several NTEN Nonprofit Technology Conferences, the Commonwealth Club, and for the California Wellness Foundation, Ford Foundation, and others. I'm also predisposed to extroverted activities.