mount ranier photo by designatednaphour“Our organization is much better equipped to activate people online to take action as a result of  New Media Mentors. Our social media presence has become much more focused and effective, and our emails have incorporated best practices. We have also been able to incorporate some of the lessons from the e-appeal training and we are having our best online fundraising year ever so far.”

—Kerry McHugh, Washington Environmental Council

Environmental Working Group rally“The mentorship was invaluable to our online team. EWG went into this mentorship looking for better ways to plan our campaigns, set goals and measure success. Working with New Media Mentors has helped us define a much clearer path for long term growth and success.”

—Colleen Hutchings, Jocelyn Lyle, Christina Frenzel, Environmental Working Group

“The mentorship changed the way we plan for new media work so that at any given moment, I can be clear that what I’m doing is bringing us closer to our short-term and long-term goals. The work we did as part of our campaign to raise the minimum wage helped us plan strategically so that we knew we were using our time and resources to engage our members in the most effective way possible.” (More.)

—Jane Booth-Tobin, TakeAction Minnesota

gsa network“New Media Mentors helped us shift our approach to new media as an organization. The mentorship gave us the push, capacity, and perspective to integrate new media strategy into our organizational strategy. It also allowed us to experiment and invest in new approaches that have the potential to dramatically increase the impact of almost every aspect of our program work.”

—Jill Marcellus, Gay-Straight Alliance Network

honeybee wildflower“Participating in the new media mentorship provided us with the technical training and strategic tools to take our organization’s online presence to the next level. The staff is incredibly knowledgeable and accessible, and tailors the program to meet each organization’s needs. We now have a strategic roadmap in place and are smarter about testing, segmenting our list, and tracking meaningful metrics.”

—Sara Knight, Pesticide Action Network

green corps class“Green Corps is committed to incorporating the knowledge gained from New Media Mentors into all aspects of our work because we know we’ll be even more effective in implementing our mission.”

—Josh Buswell-Charkow, Green Corps

Groups we’ve worked with include:

Advocates for Youth
California Immigrant Policy Center
Californians for Justice
Center for Food Safety
Ella Baker Center for Human Rights
Environmental Working Group
Gay-Straight Alliance Network
Green Corps
Pesticide Action Network
PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays)
TakeAction Minnesota
Washington Environmental Council