communication that can change minds


I’m an expert in creating content to influence and inform. I’m also determined to make a difference. Which is what issue advocacy and public interest communication is all about.

Whether you’re a nonprofit, foundation, communications agency or individual working to make the world a better place, I can plan and execute a cohesive, compelling multi-media messaging strategy. I have deep expertise in healthcare reform and advocacy, but work on many issues I’m passionate about including refugee rights, equity for people who are visually impaired, women’s issues, LGBTQ rights and much more.

My digital and field organizing experience with the Obama 2012 campaign as Michigan Deputy Digital Director and a Team Organizer gives me a unique skill set. I’m well-suited to telling the story of an organization’s efforts in the field because I have the advantage of first-hand experience. Plus, I can combine communications and community organizing for highly effective outcomes.

Here’s one testimonial that demonstrates exactly how my combined skills — particularly storytelling — can engage people, motivate action and deliver results.

Want to find out more? Take a look at some of my work in this arena below or visit my portfolio page.

How to Catalyze Sustainable Action by Cultivating Innovation and Collaboration for the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) Innovation Service

Giving Michigan Children in Need a Home for the Holidays for ACLU of Michigan.

American Foundation for the Blind Newsletter

How Catholic Health Systems Put Health and Lives at Risk (series)

Telling the Stories of Transgender People to Educate and Promote Equality (series)

Michigan Woman Wants People to Know the Truth About Obamacare: “It Saved Us”

Facts About Michigan’s Abortion Law Its Supporters Don’t Want You to Know”

Medicaid Expansion for Dummies, Part 1

A New Greatest Generation?

Will the Affordable Care Act Need Life Support? (appearance on KCRW radio’s ‘To the Point’)