Nicole has a knack for helping organizations increase their impact and reach their organizational goals. Her previous communications, advocacy, and media outreach work has helped her clients push for social change, garner awareness of injustices, and engage with their communities.

As a former consultant, Nicole helped clients reach target audiences by developing messaging, crafting strategic communications plans, launching social media campaigns, and drafting media relations materials. 

Nicole previously worked with Compass Family Services, where she advocated for affordable housing opportunities for homeless families living in San Francisco. In her work there, she informed community members about the growing housing inequality in the Bay Area and pushed for policies that positively impacted those most affected by San Francisco’s housing crisis.

In her roles with public relations agencies, Nicole supported clients such as the National Institutes of Health and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Through advocacy and storytelling, her work helped to increase public health awareness and promote policies that improved educational opportunities for girls and students of color. 

Nicole graduated from the University of Maryland with a bachelor’s degree in Public Relations and received her master’s in International Affairs from The New School. After living in the District of Columbia, New York City, and San Francisco, she has finally decided to call Atlanta home. In her free time, Nicole enjoys spending time with her family, jogging, and leading her book club, which focuses primarily on novels written by women of color.