Communications

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 Hiptipico, a clothing startup empowering women in Guatemala.

I am currently a consulting partner with Kanati Strategies, where I lead the content development division.

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.

Blog Posts

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

Press Releases

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

Media Placement

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

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