|Kerry DeBruce has worked
with Strategies and Writing for Nonprofits on graphic
design and marketing projects since 1999. A member of
the Graphic Design Guild, Kerry has received awards
from both the Art Director's Club and AIGA. She has
worked as art director at SONY Music, at major advertising
agencies, and in the design department of the Metropolitan
Museum of Art in NYC. She holds a Bachelors of Art in
Design from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of
Science & Art. Kerry has her own graphic design business
with corporate, non-profit, and entertainment clients.
|Mindy Lang and Jane Alpert
have collaborated on publications for a wide variety
of nonprofit clients since 1991. Together they have
written, designed and produced related to capital campaigns,
public relations, and fundraising, for clients including
Cooper Union, Planned Parenthood of New York City, Medical
Health and Research Association, Henry Street Settlement,
Lexington School/Center for the Deaf, and many others.
Principal, GBR Communications
|With nearly 25 years experience
in public relations, marketing and development, Gabrielle
brings extensive expertise to the process of creating
and implementing external affairs programs. Her background
includes employment at two major public relations firms,
Burson-Marsteller and Howard J. Rubeinstein Associates,
where she served as Vice President. Gabrielle and her
firm work primarily with non-profit and professional
services organizations. Her expertise includes communications
and public relations, fundraising, marketing, and strategic
planning and implementation.
||Karen designs and implements
special events and promotional projects for the nonprofit
arts community. Working in partnership with an organization,
Hershey can provide advice and guidance or oversee an
entire project. Her current special event clients include
Outward Bound USA, Theatre for a New Audience, Paul
Taylor Dance Company and the Tribeca Film Festival.
Karen worked with Jane Alpert in spring 2001 and again
in spring 2002 on an art exhibit and a gala dedication,
benefiting Lexington School/Center for the Deaf.