Arts4Good increases your impact by developing dynamic communications and engaging program strategies that are data-driven, participatory and audience-centered. Our workshops and consultant services give professionals the tools to evaluate where they are and re-envision where they want to go. Through Design for Good design-a-thons, we have provided over $60K in pro bono design services.
We maintain a collection of seminal articles, proven rubrics, and system thinking methods tailored to the needs of our unique clients. Companies leave with a clear Action Plan outlining steps forward, highlighting skills and processes essential for more impact, identifying funding sources and human capital to achieve multi-layered goals, and motivated by performance rewards when key indicators are met.
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Reggie Woolery is founder of Arts4Good and former Curator of Education and Director of Digital Studio at University of California Riverside, California Museum of Photography, where he developed engaging and participatory public programs such as MyGlobalVillage Youth Media Workshops in-hand with Human Rights Watch International Film Festival.
He served as Communications Manager at Family Service Association of Moreno Valley, developing the branding for FSA Mobile Fresh grocery store on wheels, winner of the $100,000 NBCUniversal Innovation Award for providing unique solutions to complex problems. He has led marketing workshops for Center for Non-Profit Management and Academy of Grassroots Organizations.