Sustainability & Social Impact Consulting

Reconsidered’s client work sits at the intersection of strategy, communications and community, with a special focus on using the science of behavior change for good.

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Strategy

How can your organization do well by doing good? It starts with a strong strategy for embedding social responsibility throughout. My interdisciplinary approach incorporates shared value, systems thinking, human-centered design and Theory of Change frameworks.

How we can work together:

  • Brand and purpose strategy

  • Change management

  • CSR framework development

  • Program design and implementation

  • Trends analysis and benchmarking

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Communications

How do you share your social impact story in a way that’s engaging, authentic and true to your brand? As a former journalist, I take an evidence-based approach that is informed by insights from cognitive psychology, behavioral economics and other behavior change disciplines.

How we can work together:

  • Marketing and communications strategy

  • Creative concept development

  • Content strategy, design and production

  • Reporting and impact measurement

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Community

Social change doesn’t happen in a bubble. How do you build community around social responsibility initiatives and unite like-minded people and organizations around a common goal? I start by thinking about what drives and motivates people.

How we can work together:

  • Employee engagement

  • Experience design and programming

  • Training and curriculum development

  • Stakeholder mapping and partnerships

  • Workshop facilitation


Workshops & Events

Reconsidered facilitates workshops and events that educate, empower and equip participants to be more powerful agents of change. Whether leading sessions within organizations or hosting community events, I love bringing people together around audacious ideas.

Current workshops include:

Making Change Sustainable: Using Behavior Change science to Supercharge Your CSR Efforts

A half-day workshop that brings to life insights from the world of behavioral science and demonstrates how companies can use these insights to more effectively embed sustainability throughout their business. Learn more →

From Ideas to Impact: How to Build Sustainability Into Your Business

Business can be a powerful force for good — with the right strategy. But how do you begin your sustainability journey? This full- or half-day workshop helps companies and individuals create an action plan that works for them. Learn more →


Writing & Curating

I love doing what I can to push the social impact conversation forward. I write and curate on topics I find meaningful and thought-provoking.

Projects include:

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RECONSIDERED NEWSLETTER

The newsletter for people passionate about using business as a force for good. Every other week, the RC team curates the best of corporate responsibility, sustainability and social impact, including 5 thought-provoking links, 30+ hot jobs, interviews with global changemakers and commentary on current events. Join thousands of Reconsidered newsletter subscribers today →

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playbook: MAKING CHANGE SUSTAINABLE

The role of the corporate social responsibility practitioner is changing — from program manager to change agent. This playbook explores how insights from the world of behavioral science can supercharge the way companies embed social responsibility into their business. Download here →

 
 

“3 QUESTIONS WITH” series

Every so often, we interview fascinating people working across the social impact space to see what sparked their passion, how they got started and what they’re excited about next. Past interviewees include the former CEO of Patagonia, the head of sustainability at L’Oreal USA and the head of gender justice and human rights at the C&A Foundation. Get inspired here →

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RECONSIDERED on social

I periodically share views and insights on our Medium publication and on this website. Follow Reconsidered on all our social media channels for the latest.


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