Jennifer Einhorn, Principal
I love stories. And for 20 years, I’ve helped people working to make the world a better place, tell theirs.
I work with organizations, educators, artists and activists, helping them create dynamic accounts of what they do and who they impact. I lead rebrands, produce websites and videos, and craft fresh marketing content and collateral.
On the media front, I’ve designed messaging and visibility campaigns elevating the profiles of clients in venues such as: CNN, MSNBC, The Today Show, National Public Radio, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Time Magazine, New Republic, People, USA Today and more.
Today, perhaps more than ever before, leaders and groups working for social change need to remain buoyant and strong. I understand the intricacies specific to non-profit entities and large organizations. I’ve served on staff and boards, working with executives who amidst budget cuts and competitive donor pools, keep their organizations on track, mission forward.
In addition to client work, I’ve served as Chief Communications Officer for: the Astraea Foundation (supporting LGBT organizations in the U.S. and internationally), MAMM Magazine (reporting on women and cancer), the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Discrimination (GLAAD) and most recently, for Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech (six teaching and training centers for deaf children learning to listen and talk).
I collaborate with smart, creative people who are moving the needle on social issues about which I care deeply. Ten years ago, my family and I moved from Brooklyn, NY to the beautiful (inside and out!) town of Northampton, MA. Our mini-goldendoodle has become quite the skilled communicator and rings the bell when it's time to go out.