I work and live in Portland, Maine. 

I communicate efficiently, live creatively, and I love marketing.


My talent is seeing the remarkable, the unique, the powerful talents of you, my client. My goal is to tell everyone else. 


My background is extensive.

I've worked in Maine as a Sales Director, and a business owner. I was fortunate to work with and teach micro-finance groups in Africa, and in New York City I managed digital advertising clients such as W Hotels and Illy Coffee.

In 2008 I received my Bachelor of Business Administration in Strategic Design & Management from Parsons School of Design, The New School.

Please visit the Clients page to learn more.

“Marketing is not about being slimy, sleazy or scary. It’s not about tricking people, it’s not about taking advantage of people, or trying to get people to buy things they don’t want or don’t need.

It’s not about preying on people’s insecurities or manipulating people in any kind of negative way.

Modern marketing when you do it actually brings out the best of your humanity, not the worst. Modern marketing requires you to to be honest, compassionate, generous, encouraging and truly serve others from deep understanding and respect.

Honest marketing is done so well you don’t even recognize it as marketing…

This is the age of transparency.”
— MARIE FORLEO, named a Forbes 2017 Top Influencer in Business & Tech
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Your votes direct the giving.

We asked our audience to cast votes for their favorite organization of those listed below.

Votes were cast via A World For Good.

Voting has closed until our next round and KNC made a 2018 donation to The Locker Project, a Maine-based non-profit distributing rescued fresh food to children and their families at 24 schools in the state. Feeding the future, reducing waste.





Each recipient represents a core value of KNC:


One, is not like the others, but we still love them. Africa is in the Heart of KNC.

*We tally votes in December of each calendar year.