Strategy + Communication

As a consultant, I am in a unique position to help you hear what you’re not hearing, see what you’re not seeing, and reflect it back to you so that you can make your best decisions and create positive change.

In our initial consultation, I will cut to the chase, asking probing questions that help us get us on the same page from the start about your goals and objectives. We’ll discuss who you need to reach, what resources you already have in place, and where I am most needed to move your project forward efficiently. You can expect me to be laser-focused on your organization’s mission—and less interested in how things have “always been done.” I am not afraid to tell you when, in my opinion, your current methods won’t get you where you want to go, and when we might need to look a little deeper to find the best solutions.

I can jump in at any point of your process, but projects that get the best results involve three phases:

Want to know how you’re doing? Smart. Gathering information is the first step to taking your organizational strategy and communications to the next level. I can help with:

  • Communications audits. A communications audit provides the big picture: What you’re doing, how it’s working, and how you could do better.
  • Digital strategy review. If your website and social media accounts aren’t getting the results you want, find out why.
  • Focus groups and surveys. Find out how target audience members respond to key products, programs and services, to better address their needs and concerns.

You wouldn’t dream of launching a new program without taking the time to plan and identify best practices. Your communications deserve the same level of attention.

  • Strategic plans. Further your goals by aligning communications efforts with your organization’s strategic plan.
  • Marketing plans. Launch your next big thing.
  • Project management. A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. Let me help demystify the process of getting from Point A to Point B without losing sight of your larger purpose.
  • Staffing assessment, planning, and hiring. Align staff capabilities with organizational needs to get the most from your team.

You’ve done your homework, and you’re ready to get the word out through print and online channels. I work with your team or mine to create top-notch marketing and fund raising campaigns, case statements, and reports.

  • Fund raising. Productive campaigns begin with a compelling case statement that describes what you do and why. This is the starting point for effective grant applications, appeals, and other tools that engage your target audience and rally support.
  • Reporting. Create attractive, readable reports that tell readers everything they need to know—and nothing they don’t.
Strategy + Communication

As a consultant, I am in a unique position to help you hear what you’re not hearing, see what you’re not seeing, and reflect it back to you so that you can make your best decisions and create positive change.

In our initial consultation, I will cut to the chase, asking probing questions that help us get us on the same page from the start about your goals and objectives. We’ll discuss who you need to reach, what resources you already have in place, and where I am most needed to move your project forward efficiently. You can expect me to be laser-focused on your organization’s mission—and less interested in how things have “always been done.” I am not afraid to tell you when, in my opinion, your current methods won’t get you where you want to go, and when we might need to look a little deeper to find the best solutions.

I can jump in at any point of your process, but projects that get the best results involve three phases:

Want to know how you’re doing? Smart. Gathering information is the first step to taking your organizational strategy and communications to the next level. I can help with:

  • Communications audits. A communications audit provides the big picture: What you’re doing, how it’s working, and how you could do better.
  • Digital strategy review. If your website and social media accounts aren’t getting the results you want, find out why.
  • Focus groups and surveys. Find out how target audience members respond to key products, programs and services, to better address their needs and concerns.

You wouldn’t dream of launching a new program without taking the time to plan and identify best practices. Your communications deserve the same level of attention.

  • Strategic plans. Further your goals by aligning communications efforts with your organization’s strategic plan.
  • Marketing plans. Launch your next big thing.
  • Project management. A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. Let me help demystify the process of getting from Point A to Point B without losing sight of your larger purpose.
  • Staffing assessment, planning, and hiring. Align staff capabilities with organizational needs to get the most from your team.

You’ve done your homework, and you’re ready to get the word out through print and online channels. I work with your team or mine to create top-notch marketing and fund raising campaigns, case statements, and reports.

  • Fund raising. Productive campaigns begin with a compelling case statement that describes what you do and why. This is the starting point for effective grant applications, appeals, and other tools that engage your target audience and rally support.
  • Reporting. Create attractive, readable reports that tell readers everything they need to know—and nothing they don’t.