my team & I take brands from a local to a global level.

we start with one big question: how can we market your cause without losing the substance of its solution?

This is because we’re marketers that believe we still have time to make a difference.

We work with companies that have a cause to champion and a story to tell. Then, we figure out how to start digital and in-person global conversations around the brand.




My name is Cher (yep, just like the singer & while I hate to disappoint you, I don’t know anyone by the name of Sonny.) I've always been an excellent employee -- except for the fact that I consistently quit because I can't stand being one. All of my "professional" credentials come from a blend of experiences in the nonprofit and online business sectors, and besides running things here, I also run a business called The Iceberg Project where I gush about how much I love the Italian language. And finally, if I had to choose anyone to have breakfast with, it would most certainly be Leslie Knope. 

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social media strategist

The name’s Ann - nice to meet you!  When I’m not staring at my laptop, I’m trying to convince friends to go on yet another spontaneous adventure. I would travel just for the food (35 countries and counting!) and am a lover of all things cities, design, and photography. As for what I do, well, I am trying to do my bit to save the world, whether its yours, mine, or ours. I’m passionate about the power of language and am on a journey to learn about absolutely everything, collecting as many stories as I can along the way.


If the brand were..., it would be...

  • A beer: Arrogant Bastard Ale - Yep, it's as intense as it sounds. The text on the label is EVERYTHING.
  • A drink: Hot Toddy - Because I'm all about being warm, healing, AND strong.
  • A song: Manifest by Russ - Because magic. :)
  • A quote: "You don't have a right to the cards you believe you should have been dealt. You have an obligation to the play the hell out of the ones you're holding." - Cheryl Strayed