California Institute of Integral Studies
Gail is the former Associate Director of Communications at CIIS. While there, she improved CIIS' website, raised Facebook following by 20%, initiated an earned media program, and streamlined communications processes, resulting in a 15% raise in website clicks and a 16% raise in homepage engagement. She has also initiated a successful email marketing program, aided the development department with special projects and communications, and created content including news, infographics, photography, and video. For four months she was also the interim Marketing Manager for CIIS's American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Bay Area Arborist Cooperative
Bay Area Arborist Cooperative – Services provided include website production, rebranding, writing, AdWords administration. Job inquiries to Bay Area Arborist Cooperative increased by 1000% in the first four months after the website went live.
SCHMIDT OCEAN INSTITUTE
Heart's Eye Communications is documenting and promoting the building of a fleet of scientific deep ocean robotic vehicles for Schmidt Ocean Institute. In addition to the videos we've created for them, we are doing scientific and educational outreach and communications for this program.
The Edge of the Wild documentary film
Mallimson Media – Services provided include branding, design and production of website and print collaterals, email authoring and management, press, fundraising, social media, crowdfunding, public relations.
San Bruno Mountain Watch
San Bruno Mountain Watch – Services provided include rebranding, website design, grant writing, press release writing and management, fundraising, outreach, AdWords admin, video, photography.
Artisans Landscape, Inc.
Artisans Landscape – Rebranding, website design and production, social media management, marketing. Artisans Landscape has had a 100% rise in inquiry rate since the website went live. Their Google search rating has gone from low to high - they now appear on page one of the Google search "San Francisco landscaper". Before the site went live, they were on page 6.