As a strategic communications professional, I have written and acted as an editor for UNICEF in Indonesia, FHI 360, the George Kaiser Family Foundation, the National Trust for Historic Preservation and Banyan Global, among other organizations. I have also acted as a communications consultant for the Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum in Sapulpa, Oklahoma, and for Sparkle, which creates biodegradable sanitary pads.
I am currently a consulting partner with Kanati Strategies, where I lead the content development division. I have earned media placement in Thomson Reuters Foundation, The Associated Press, Forbes, Motherly and elsewhere.
I can provide writing for press releases, copy for collateral, blog posts, annual report copy, social media consulting, copy editing, media pitching and strategic planning.
Protecting children through birth registration – UNICEF Indonesia
Sign enthusiasts eye museum dedicated to the history of the billboard – National Trust
Nonprofit aims to construct and install 1000 drinking fountains in San Francisco – 1000Fountains
Integrating maternal, infant and young child nutrition in curriculum at India colleges – Alive and Thrive FHI 360
Stories for Nonprofits
Survivor stories: Meet Molia – Fistula Foundation
Survivor stories: Meet Jacqueline – Fistula Foundation
Study highlights Native American tribes’ impact on Oklahoma economy – Oklahoma Tribal Finance Consortium
Planned Route 66 auto museum support continues to grow – Heart of Route 66 Museum
New report shows Muscogee (Creek) Nation had $866 million economic impact on Oklahoma economy – Muscogee (Creek) Nation
More breastfeeding could save the world $1 billion every day – Thomson Reuters Foundation
Supporting breastfeeding could save the world almost $1 billion a day, says new study – Motherly
Making sanitary pads out of banana trees – Forbes
Study: Tribes’ impact on state nearly $13 billion – The Oklahoman
Soft opening planned for Route 66 auto museum in Sapulpa – The Associated Press
Vintage auto museum planned off Route 66 in Sapulpa – Tulsa World
Study show Muscogee (Creek) Nation has $1 billion-plus national economic impact – Tulsa World