Looking for advice, document review, or follow up to a training? On the phone or via Zoom, I'm here for you whether you're one person or a whole company. I keep it fun, I keep it light, and I keep it real. Once Covid is over, I'll be more than happy to meet you on a hike, in a park, or fly fishing on a river. Natural places set a framework for natural conversation.
Drafting inclusive marketing plans that go beyond surface level tokenization and performative virtue signaling is one of my favorite things to do! While working in the marketing section of Colorado Parks and Wildlife, I created Project Mountaintop, which is an underlying marketing strategy that serves as a recipe for intentional inclusivity without tokenization. Colorado Parks and Wildlife boldly decided to turn it into an Open Source Document, which allows any organization to 'fill in the blank' and customize the plan to best align with their current marketing strategies. View the open source document here. Looking for something new and different? Let's talk.
I love being on panel discussions. To be perfectly honest, it's not because I love sharing stories with the audience, but rather because of the relationships I'm able to build with other panelists. But also, as a member of Toastmasters, I can tell a good story and get the crowd going.
Things I like to talk about at great length: - Diversity/Equity/Inclusivity in the outdoors - Diversity/Equity/Inclusivity in organizations - Inclusive marketing strategies - Diversity in hunting / The future of R3 - Women in government/leadership roles - Small to large scale maple syrup production in rural New England