We're marketers on a mission to help you move

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Your nonprofit is working toward a brighter future.

You’ve recognized a problem you’re unwilling to watch persist. Families struggling to figure out where they’ll sleep each night. Ecosystems so ravaged by pollution they may not exist for the next generation to enjoy. Young people unable to break a cycle of gang violence and drug addiction. You’ve set out to find a solution, and your organization is working every day to make change happen.

We exist to help you make your vision a reality.

As the leading communications consultancy for the nonprofit sector, we design and implement marketing and communications strategies that help nonprofits achieve their goals, advance their missions, and drive more social change. Prosper Strategies is committed to helping nonprofits realize the full potential of marketing so that the sector can realize its full potential to change the world.  

Intrigued? Read on to meet our team, learn about what we do or contact us.

Clients past and present

The Team

  • Lindsay Mullen Co-Founder and CEO

    Lindsay Mullen is co-founder and CEO of Prosper Strategies, where she’s helped hundreds of nonprofits build powerful brands that move their missions forward. Her experiences range from launching and leading tech and workforce development nonprofits to helping some of the world’s most established social sector brands maximize their impact and navigate communications challenges.

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  • Alyssa Conrardy Co-Founder and President

    As the president and co-founder of Prosper Strategies, Alyssa Conrardy is on a mission to help nonprofits realize the full potential of marketing so that the nonprofit sector can realize its full potential to change the world.  Alyssa is recognized as an expert by nonprofits across the country thanks to her ability to craft and lead marketing and communication programs that advance nonprofit missions and drive social change.

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  • Rachel Cali Senior Associate - Operations

    As a Senior Associate of Operations at Prosper Strategies, Rachel is responsible for optimizing the work we do for our clients and ensuring delivery of the highest quality product across all projects.

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  • Katie Nuckolls Senior Account Executive

    Katie Nuckolls has spent her career using stories to drive change. From the chaos of newsrooms to running PR and marketing campaigns for financial firms, nonprofits and political campaigns, she has developed skills that enable her to apply a global perspective to a focused goal.

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  • Katie Diveley Senior Associate - Communications Strategy

    As a Senior Associate -Strategic Communication, Katie develops effective content strategies and composes compelling thought leadership pieces, blogs and other content for Prosper Strategies’ clients. A blend of creativity and results-driven thinking guide Katie in all work she does.

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  • Emma Palasz Account Executive

    Emma Palasz is a dynamic communications professional who is motivated to use her expertise to help impact-driven organizations attain their marketing goals. In her role at Prosper Strategies, Emma combines a strategic mindset with a knack for storytelling that helps bring clients’ most important qualities to the forefront.

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  • Jordan Dugan Account Executive

    Account Executive Jordan Dugan executes marketing and public relations strategies for Prosper Strategies’ nonprofit and social impact clients in sectors ranging from education to senior services to insurance. Jordan marries digital acumen, diving into campaign data, with the arts of writing and storytelling.

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How We're Different

Prosper Strategies exists to help good organizations grow their impact. We’re uniquely successful at positioning nonprofits to advance their missions through marketing because it’s all we do. We also bring a strong perspective to our work. We believe that the nonprofit sector needs to think bigger about marketing. It’s more than just a tool for raising awareness and raising funds; marketing can and should play a role in every goal your nonprofit sets, and when that happens, marketing becomes a tool for social change. Through our experience with hundreds of nonprofits, we’ve built proprietary models and approaches that help nonprofits overcome their biggest challenges and leverage the full potential of marketing and communications.

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Prosper Gives Back

We’re a small company, but there is nothing that drives us more than our desire to give back and use our business as a force for good. That’s why we donate over 350 hours of time each year to organizations we care about through our two giving programs: Prosper Volunteer Days and Changemaker Marketing Grants

This year, our team has selected Lakeview Pantry and Open Books as the two benefactors for Prosper Volunteer Days, so you might see us out in the community stocking pantry shelves and helping kids develop reading and creative writing skills in 2018 (say hi!). 2018 Changemaker Marketing Lab Grant winners were announced on Giving Tuesday 2017, and 2019 grant details will be announced soon.

Careers: Calling All Mission-Driven Marketers

We’re always interested in connecting with talented communications professionals who want to make a difference. Our impactful clients, generous benefits (including one day of paid time off a quarter to volunteer) and quirky company culture make Prosper Strategies a great place to build a career.

Interested in partnering with Prosper Strategies?

Let’s discuss your goals and what we can do to help you get there.