I updated the content as Airbnb.org prepared to sunset this program, working cross-functionally with a designer and engineer. I then brought the page through a complete stakeholder review before handing it off to an engineer for translation and publication.
Since 2012, Airbnb—and now Airbnb.org—has partnered with Hosts, nonprofit organizations, emergency management agencies and governments to provide stays to people in times of crisis around the world. I worked with a variety of stakeholders to provide edits as well as the title of this piece, and worked with a designer and engineer to bring it to life on the website.
I created the copy and general design for the modal deployed on MomsRising.org throughout the year-end fundraising period. The modal performed strongly: Of those donating via the modal, one third were first-time donors.
This is an example of a monthly newsletter MomsRising sends to donors. I work with a consultant to identify the most strategic and timely pieces of content to highlight, then write the introduction, edit the blurbs, obtain editorial approval from campaign directors and the executive director, and work with the tech team to ensure the newsletter is properly targeted and sent timely each month.
I wrote this article in support of the Children's Health Insurance Program and MomsRising's campaign for kids' healthcare.
Too many people are confused about what's COVID-safe behavior and what isn't. I created this blogpost in partnership with MomsRising's healthcare campaign director to reach people who needed simple guidance on relatively safe behavior during the holidays. I use a personal narrative to lift up recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
I appeared on MomsRising's weekly radio show to discuss the importance of making a plan to vote. The episode also included segments with Monica Ramirez, Alicia Garza, and Maura Caslyn. The show, like the MomsRising blog, is both an important medium for sharing MomsRising content as well as an essential tool for developing relationships and lifting others' voices.
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I co-authored this in-depth report to provide environmental health advocates and supporters with solid research and persuasive, sensitive storytelling about the people who are forced to do the hazardous work of electronic waste recycling.
As a member of the Board of Directors for Netroots Nation, I am prepared to speak to the media about the conference and the Netroots Nation community. This article from WHYY includes a quote I provided between attending and speaking on panels.