Neighborhood Allies Expands Communications and Storytelling Capacity with the Addition of New Staff Member Chelsea Contino!Leave a Comment
Neighborhood Allies has spent that last few years building out and deepening our communications, storytelling and design talent. This includes everything from rebranding our organization, to establishing a web presence/building our social networks, to undertaking strategic storytelling around the quantitative and qualitative impact of our work and investments using data and design.
We have seen great impact as a result of making communications a core and integral piece of our work–not only are we better positioned to share and promote the good work that we’re leading across neighborhoods in Pittsburgh, we’re now able to assist our partners in celebrating progress and success!
Chelsea Contino joins Neighborhood Allies as the Communications and Outreach Program Coordinator. In this role, she will team-up with our Director of Communications and Storytelling to deploy our deep communications capacity to the system through a newly launched affordable fee for service model where we are offering ala carte as well as full-service communications capacity to our community development partners!
Chelsea has served as our PULSE Fellow for the past 9 months and has done a tremendous job in helping our organization as well as our partners and grantees share and develop their own stories, promote their work and even raise additional funds. In her new role, she will be assisting with program-specific messaging, outreach and storytelling for both Neighborhood Allies and our external partners and assist outside organizations in managing effective communications strategies, tactics and tools.
Please join us in welcoming Chelsea to the team!
Click here for more information on our Shared Communications Platform. To inquire about how the Neighborhood Allies Communications Team can support your organization, email email@example.com.