Robyn Davis Sekula is a public relations, marketing, and social media consultant and speaker who lives in the Louisville, Kentucky, area. She primarily consults with non-profit organizations and … Read More... about About Robyn
Who is your audience?
And what do you want them to do once they’ve heard you?
I can help you answer those questions – and craft the content that will make your audience take notice.
And take action.
I’ve spent the past 15 years working with clients, helping with big-picture strategic thinking all the way down to executing the details of what needs to be done. I’ve shepherded video projects from idea to upload-ready, and run Facebook pages, blogs, and Twitter feeds. I’ve guided an annual report from concept to printed piece – all the while focused on the client’s goals, deadlines, needs, and expectations.
My clients range from non-profits to law firms, from colleges to national organizations doing great work around the world. I work collaboratively with experts, including photographers, videographers, and graphic designers when your project calls for them.
Contact me for a free initial consultation. I’ll be glad to talk to you.
Video production and creation is the fastest growing segment of my work. I help clients create videos that tell the story of who they are and compel their viewers to take action.
I love conveying the knowledge and information that I’ve gained in my work. If you’re looking for a communications-oriented presentation for your group, I’d love to talk to you.
Taking a comprehensive, high-level view of a client’s impact is the best way to start building a communications strategy. Click below to see few examples of clients I’ve assisted.
If you’re ready for a fresh look at your marketing and communications efforts, I can help you do that. I have worked in many different industries, including community foundations, non-profits, universities, community colleges, financial planning, technology and church-related organizations. In each case, I look at the organization through the lens of someone who is completely unfamiliar with them, attempting to identify what is missing from an organization’s communications. … Learn More about Case Studies