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We want to help your organization change the world through strategic, thoughtful communication and marketing.  Creating brand awareness is crucial to fundraising success and relationship building in the community.

Our work doesn’t stop with digital marketing; we offer nonprofit consulting, grant writing, program planning, evaluation, and social marketing (also known as behavior change marketing).  We want to help you market your organization, create organizational sustainability, and support your social change efforts in the community.


Graphic Design

We provide print design, branding, and other graphic design services for our clients.  Great design that amplifies your community commitment is what we aim for.

Social Marketing

We like to think of this approach as selling behavior rather than a tangible product or good and we’d love to help you apply it to your programming!


Need some nerd-level web application development?  We’re up for the challenge and can’t wait to help you take over the world!


Grant writing, non-profit development, resource mapping, evaluation, public health–we have years of experience, skill, and passion for helping community organizations and government agencies meet their potential.



Meet the people who want to collaborate with you.

Linsey Grove, MPH, CPH, CHES
Linsey Grove, MPH, CPH, CHES
Co-Owner, Chief Creative Officer
James Schultz, BS
James Schultz, BS
Co-Owner, Chief Technology Officer


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Here it is – the first episode of Viral! Today we talk about public health and superstition. Our guest is Dr. Alfredo Morabia, a Swiss doctor and epidemiologist who also serves as editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Public Health (AJPH). He also has his own podcast about each issue of AJPH! Edited and produced

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At the end of 2016, I was chosen to be one of six student members in the American Journal of Public Health's Student Media Think Tank.  As a student member, I am responsible for providing feedback on American Journal of Public Health (AJPH) journal cover photos, social media outreach, and other special media projects.  In