Your Cause Is Our Client

 

All of us at REACH Strategies believe that the causes that we care about are the true clients for our work. We know what it feels like to envision something that might seem impossible and then pull together the building blocks to actually make it happen. That sensibility has guided us in our work since we were founded.
 
At REACH we think of our clients as partners in the movement towards bringing about truly sustainable social change. Our team is dedicated to supporting partners like you as you enlist the power of strategy to REACH your goals. Whether you’re wrestling with communications, honing in on a business or campaign approach, or planning an organizational development path, REACH is here to help.

The people we have worked with are from foundations, nonprofits, government agencies, and socially responsible businesses that share an aspiration for making the world a better place. We recognize that all organizations today, regardless of size, struggle to match the scale of their aspirations with the best path for success. REACH Strategies helps bridge the gap between your highest aspirations and achieving the results you need to get there.
 
We provide partners with a guiding strategy framework that can serve as the starting point for making good choices about creating the world we want to see. Working closely with you, we’ll help you generate the creative spark that sets good things in motion. We design and implement tightly linked communications, campaigns, and business strategies designed to win in today’s world and support your goals.

 
 

REACH designs and implements data-driven communications and engagement strategies.
We share your passion for positive change.

OUR TEAM

Kirk Brown

Kirk Brown

Founder, Chief Strategy Officer

Kirk Brown founded REACH Strategies based on a 20-year career helping leading companies, agencies, and non-profits achieve their goals by linking smart campaign, communications, organizational development, and business strategies.


Amanda Scarborough

Amanda Scarborough

Executive Finance & Lead Program Strategist

Amanda has taken the lead in REACH organizational development, financial, administrative, and program priorities since 2013. Amanda has directed experiential campaigns in the EV space across California, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts, and has produced over sixty EV test-drive events nation wide. Amanda’s diverse skills coupled with her communications prowess make her a Swiss army knife asset on any project.


Sarah Morgan

Sarah Morgan

Communications Specialist

Sarah is a social media, content marketing and communications specialist who believes communicating well can lead to good. Her background includes journalism, corporate communications, and web marketing.


Leynah McGarghan

Leynah McGarghan

Communications Specialist

Leynah has taken her local and international event coordinating and public relations background to become a communications powerhouse in aiding with host and vendor outreach for various events across New England and California. Her people oriented and outgoing personality ensure the success and ease of any event.


Samantha Eilenberg

Samantha Eilenberg

Experiential Strategist

Samantha hails from a background of socially-conscious program management, analytics, and sales. Samantha uses this triple threat to help execute an inviting and educational, professional, and data-driven experiential program, from conception to completion. She is thrilled to be part of an organization that is dedicated to doing good in the world.


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