As the principal consultant of Nicole Lamberg & Associates, I work directly with each client. You always get me.
When you need additional services, you also get the rest of my network: social media experts, market researchers, web developers and graphic designers…or I can collaborate with your in-house experts if you prefer. You don’t pay for a big firm when your needs are specific: with Nicole Lamberg & Associates, you get the agency you need at the scale you need it, not more.
About principal consultant Niki Lamberg
I am a creative strategist, marketer and writer with 20 years’ experience in both non-profit and corporate communications and management. This consulting practice, launched in 2004, specializes in growing audiences, funding and capacity for non-profits and corporate social responsibility initiatives. My sectors of special expertise: youth and families, the arts and culture, education, mental health, and sustainability.
In my six years as Director of Marketing for Boston Children’s Museum, one of the nation’s oldest and largest such institutions, I opened the Museum’s doors through multi-cultural marketing, new organizational branding, and media partnerships, helping the Museum achieve a ten-year high in annual attendance.
As a consultant, I have advised non-profits and corporate social responsibility initiatives large and small on marketing and growth strategies: helping City Year refresh its national corporate partnership platform; assessing member perspectives and organizational opportunities for the New England Association of Schools & Colleges; rebranding the Ruderman Family Foundation; helping the Case Foundation position its investment in PlayPumps International; growing a holiday-season program for ArtsBoston from a $60,000 venture into one that generates over $850,000 for the City’s performing arts groups; and ratcheting ticket sales up 44% in just one season for the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras. I have played similar roles for Brookline Community Mental Health Center, The Cohen Camps, Discovery Museums, The Food Project, Jewish Women’s Archive, and others. I also serve on the Board and Executive Committee of JCDS, Boston’s Jewish Community Day School.
I feel at ease bridging the business and non-profit worlds because I come from a corporate background myself: I managed an Emmy-winning creative team and crafted marketing strategy, community outreach and websites for TV news operations in Boston and Chicago. I have written and produced (and occasionally voiced) national TV and radio commercials. I spent years in newsrooms – I even helped launch the Chicago Tribune’s 24-hour cable news network – so I’m savvy about PR and media outreach. I hold a degree in Literature from Yale University.
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