Make a Case
Every communications piece, whether for fundraising, field building or stakeholder engagement, deserves a purpose and a strategy. Who should read it? Why does it matter? How do you want your audience to feel, and what do you want them to do after reading your message? In a crowded social sector and digital space, quality over quantity is more essential now than ever. I collaborate with my clients to combine compelling content with cohesive strategies to maximize their impact and resources.
- Grants and case statements
- Web site copy
- Research reports and case studies
- Annual reports
- Op-Eds and media commentary
Tell a Story
Whether it’s a young person finding her voice, a parent finding his footing or the community rising up together, human interest stories are what people remember. Too often we lack the capacity to document ground-level stories of impact that inspire and leave lasting impressions. As audiences turn to digital platforms to stay connected and be inspired, I can help you tell memorable stories across multiple media.
- Speeches and testimony
- Scripts for video
Cause a Stir
There is no substitute for face time. Live events, meetings and conferences are the glue that binds your stakeholders together as a field and the fuel that keeps them inspired. Make the most of your precious time together with content that stimulates, provokes and stirs your audience to action.
- Panel design, prep and moderation
- Keynote speeches on The Summer Slide
- Expert testimony or presentation on summer learning or related topics
From Amazon: “This book is an authoritative examination of summer learning loss, featuring original contributions by scholars and practitioners at the forefront of the movement to understand and stem the summer slide. The contributors provide an up-to-date account of what research has to say about summer learning loss, the conditions in low-income children’s homes and communities that impede learning over the summer months, and best practices in summer programming with lessons on how to strengthen program evaluations.”