Art of Doing

No. 62 | Stefani Drake on Making a Difference + Being Kind

August 20, 2018 Season 1 Episode 62
Art of Doing
No. 62 | Stefani Drake on Making a Difference + Being Kind
Art of Doing
No. 62 | Stefani Drake on Making a Difference + Being Kind
Aug 20, 2018 Season 1 Episode 62
Hilary Johnson
Show Notes

On today’s episode we are joined by Stefani Drake, the Founder of Drake Strategies, a strategic communications firm dedicated to telling the stories of nonprofits, NGOs and humanitarians around the world. As a strategy consultant + speaker, she has over a decade of experience working in the US government, international NGO space and with nonprofits. Currently on the UNDP's Roster of Communication Experts in Subsaharan Africa + certified in Google Analytics, Stefani is an analytical thinker and thoughtful storyteller who works with nonprofits + humanitarians to define who they are, elevate their influence and broaden their impact through strategic communications, branding + advocacy. Stefani lives in Charleston, South Carolina with her husband, twin girls and rescue dogs.

We explore these hot topics!

  • Motherhood &’s not always pretty folks ;)
  • Making a difference in the world & being kind while doing it
  • How consistency & patience are so underrated

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