Tell your story better to get more engagement.

I help small & mid-sized organizations with communications.

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What I do...

I help small to mid-sized organizations with important missions that need notice. From organizational culture to digital media design, website development to nonprofit consulting. I create engagement by supporting team building, organic communication, and community engagement. The story begins with you. I help you get the attention of the people who care.

Listen to People
Better understand your
organization and ways the
board, staff, membership
relate to it. I explore your
mentions and trackbacks,
interview stakeholders,
trace donor and volunteer
experience.
Tell Your Story
Plan and produce the
graphics, photos, videos
that show your mission
and message in ways that
are native to the platforms
where people who care
about what you're doing
are paying attention.
Develop Your Media
Develop digital platforms
and offline meda with
copy editing for UX,
readability and SEO,
attention above the fold,
and common, free tools
for automation and
cloud-based CRM.
Drive Engagement
Drive and inform your
messaging and fundraising
by sharing best practices,
consulting about strategy,
leading how-to workshops,
collaborating together
with you on key
campaigns.

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I'll look at your organization onlien & share some thoughts.

Why me?

I've worked with nonprofits for 20 years, 11 years in management, 8 in digital media. My background includes team building, experiential education, and organizational anthropology. Among the skills I bring are writing, photography, videography, and graphic design. And my passion is small to mid-sized organizations with meaningful but struggling missions. If you need more engagement over conventional and social media, I can help.

Jamie Lewis Hedges | aNovelEcho travel writer nonprofit organization leader

Projects I've done...

"Jamie is always eager to participate whether it is high-level brainstorming or getting down in the trenches, or researching new territory. We value Jamie’s forward-thinking approach to digital strategy."

Carol Crump, Founder, VisionHero

"an outstanding job of designing our website, social media sites. His training sessions are excellent."

Wendy Nystrom, Board Member, Michigan Citizens for Water Conservation

"Jamie's attention to our market led us to ...a known travel blogger. It was this cross marketing by Jamie that set EndeavorViet on a path for real exposure."

Jack Woodring, , Director, Endeavor Viet

"Jamie is wonderful to work with. He has lent his considerable expertise to the Sierra Club to help us better communicate who we are...."

Gail Philbin, Director, Michigan Sierra Club

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83% say family & friends influence whether or not they'll donate.

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Thoughts for Nonprofits...

  • What does Hermione Granger teach us about the Adventure of Love?Hermione Granger and a Misadventure in Love
    It was Valentine’s Day 2014 that J. K. Rowling threw love under the bus. It was an interview with the author of the Harry Potter series. She said that she regretted putting Ron Weasley together with Hermione Granger! Ron wouldn’t have made Hermione happy; they would have needed counseling. “…if I’m absolutely honest, distance has given me perspective on that.” What does […]
  • Though not President of the United States, there are equivalents to the State of the Union for the nonprofit executive officerDelivering a SOTU
    Who knows if you or I will ever be President of the United States. But good communication requires a State of the Union (SOTU) for any organization. You might deliver this in a board retreat, on opening day, or the end of the year gala. All speechwriters agree that it’s a production. A few thoughts apply to a nonprofit board, organizational staff, and other stakeholders. […]
  • Now it's closed, but Grill was a downtown favorite of local Tucson, Arizona.Hope Indistinguishable
    It’s been a decade since Brian and I were at The Grill. Now it’s closed. Grill was a downtown favorite of Tucsonans. I ordered a great burger with a Full Sail from the tap. My friend and I talked about the impossible future of our world. Like we’re the only ones, right? He an environmental mediator. I an environmental educator. We mourned the insurmountable […]

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