Little Lobbyists · Brand Identity and Marketing Communications
Little Lobbyists began as a kitchen table conversation between friends, discussing their concerns for their community of kids with complex medical needs. They decided to take photos and stories of kids with complex medical needs directly to their legislators, deliver them in person with their kids, (and their trachs, ventilators, oxygen, wheelchairs, walkers, leg braces, feeding tubes...) so lawmakers could see their health care concerns first-hand. And the Little Lobbyists were born.
A few weeks after that first visit to Congress, my family joined the Little Lobbysist and we decided to create a visual identity to help increase awareness of our group. Since then, I have helped in a leadership capacity as a board member, also providing communications strategy, brand marketing, video production, graphic design, and web development.