We help our clients get visibility in scientific and trade publications by writing feature articles for broad distribution. We work with clients to identify goals and messages, conduct literature research and interviews to get the science right, and work with editors to shepherd the article through to publication. Continue reading
Our team regularly produces stories for the Thriving Earth Exchange of the American Geophysical Union highlighting ways communities and scientists are working together to build a better world.
We pitch story ideas, manage the editorial calendar, conduct stakeholder interviews and produce each story start-to-finish. Our pieces have taken a variety of multimedia forms, including videos, podcasts, infographics, slideshows and articles. Continue reading
We provide marketing and social media consulting services to clients including the Koshland Science Museum, the Experimental Biology Annual Conference, the Nicholas School of the Environment and the Internet Tobacco Vendors Study. As part of this work, we have:
- Managed institutional Twitter and Facebook feeds and advised on social media strategy
- Conducted website audits and revamps to optimize web content for maximum visibility
- Engaged with target audiences to develop and evaluate outreach strategies
- Served as media liaison
- Created flyers, email blasts and other marketing collateral
- Developed and promoted events and programs
These efforts have significantly enhanced clients’ ability to effectively identify and reach target audiences in a crowded media environment. Continue reading
Anne developed all of the content for this website highlighting extraordinary research that seeks to develop new energy technologies based on nature. The work was done for the U.S. National Academy of Sciences as part of an outreach effort profiling cutting-edge research at the intersection of biology and chemistry.
In addition to interviewing researchers, gathering source material, writing researcher profiles and gathering images, Anne also wrote and voiced the website’s two videos and worked with animator Stacy Jannis to develop and refine the video imagery. Continue reading
Since 2013, Anne has created and edited content for the website of Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment. In support of a major web overhaul for this top-of-the-line environmental studies school, Anne consulted on information architecture, created page templates for content and layout, and revitalized or created dozens of web pages. Continue reading
While a Communications Officer at the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Anne developed this suite of products as part of a broad outreach strategy focused on emerging discoveries about the amazing ways microbes benefit us and the planet. Each product was designed to communicate to a specific audience—ranging from middle school students to college professors to scientists—to deliver key messages to the right people in the right way.
Anne developed this suite of materials to highlight the value of satellite-based observations of Earth for research and innovation. Anne developed a website, an accompanying three-page fold-out brochure with CD insert, and report brief that were disseminated to policy makers and educators around the country. Continue reading