You have a story to tell. It matters to the world and I want to help you tell it.

You need a community to support that story. I can help you build that team of ambassadors and friends.

My job is to help you bring your vision to life. This could be helping you crowdfund your project, run for office, develop a book or creative vision, plan a fundraising event for your organization, or develop the story of your life. It also involves helping you build a sustainable community of supporters.

Social Media And Crowdfunding: Your Story Online

Need support with social media and building online community? Need to run a crowdfunding campaign but don’t know where to start? I am well versed in finding the narrative you want to share and condensing it to 140 characters, fun posts, captivating images. A plus? I collaborate with Tilton Rivers Films and have ample experience with fundraising online and off.

Fundraising and Events: Your Story “On Stage”

Artists and activists share stories with the world in all kinds of ways. From fundraising strategy or events and political campaigns, to strategic planning and visioning, your story has the power to create a shared experience and change the world. With over 20 years experience working with hundreds of artists and activists, I can offer services such as mission development, community relations and fundraising strategy, creative coaching, and event or campaign consulting, built to fit your needs large or small.

Get In Touch

Let’s talk! The form below will get us in touch and we can start our work together. I offer competitive rates, as well as a sliding scale for my services, and always offer a free complimentary session for us to get to know each other to see if the relationship is a match.

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  2. Hi, Julie. I am a psychologist and media commentator and have loved the piece you did with others at Everyday Feminism about teaching kids consent. I would love to write a piece about it on my blog at Psychology Today and on Huffington Post. Let’s talk if you are interested! Thanks!

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