The Guide to Organizing Your Nonprofit Communications

Communications Coaching

Are you a nonprofit founder, executive director or development director at an organization that’s just starting out? Do you know you need to organize your communications to be consistent but you’re not sure where to start?
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Communications Management

We work with stakeholders to tell your organization’s story and ensure branding consistency, and become consistent, effective communicators
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Grant Research & Writing

While you focus on your organization’s mission, we’ll conduct prospect research and write grants to get your mission funded.
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I’m glad you’re here. 

I’m Betsy, and I love helping nonprofits streamline and smooth out their communications, creating systems that make it easier to implement new content in a timely way. By spending less time on communications, a nonprofit can keep their focus on making an impact through their mission (which is the whole point, right?).

If you’re ready to stop spinning your wheels and learn more about how to produce content that showcases all the good your organization does in a timely, consistent way, you’re in the right place.

I work with nonprofit staff from across the country to create and sustain effective communications. I coach your team on how to get started and keep going. 

“Betsy and I worked together for three years on a communications team. Her management of interviews, proofing, writing, social media moderating and news releases was professional and on-brand. She has always been approachable and engaging.” 

– Pam N., Georgia, Brand Manager

“I am impressed by Betsy’s knowledge and effective interpersonal communication skills. She knows how to maintain the voice of her client and proof content like a champion. Betsy also helps you not simply achieve your goals but exceeds them. If you have an opportunity to work with her, you will treasure it as much as I do. Betsy will be an asset to your organization.” 

– Kortni A., North Carolina, Professor and Department Chair