Through compelling language and a unique perspective on the most important issues and causes, I strive to help organizations shine a light on the work that drives real change.
Recent Clients Served
- Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
- Cascade Public Media
- Encompass Northwest
- The Fenn School
- Jefferson Land Trust
- Kitsap Humane Society
- MultiCare Health System
- The Overlake School
- Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette
- Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and Hawaiian Islands
- Pacific Northwest Ballet
- Seattle Aquarium
- Spokane Parks Foundation
- YMCA of Greater Seattle
About Anna Goren
Anna offers balanced and collaborative solutions to complex communications challenges in the nonprofit sector, where she shares a passion for her client’s missions and is motivated by the power of storytelling. Every day, Anna works closely with our partners and fundraising consultants to crystallize ideas, contextualize findings, and craft thoughtful messages that help organizations tell the stories that bolster their missions.
With each project, Anna strives to:
- Draw on nonprofit experience to make an authentic connection to the missions and challenges of each organization
- Remain attuned to each institution’s unique voice and culture
- Help organizations simplify messages to their most essential and compelling foundation
- Bring clarity to complex goals and projects with multiple stakeholders
Anna’s sharp analytic skills, love of problem-solving, and passion for social justice have supported her career at the intersection of social impact and communications. Prior to joining Campbell & Company, she worked as a freelance writer covering politics and culture in the Northwest. Her writing has appeared in local publications such as Crosscut, Edible Seattle, The Seattle Globalist, and others, in addition to national publications such as The Forward and The Atlantic. As a research assistant at the McGill School of Social Work, Anna contributed to a body of work that informed education policy in Inuit communities of Nunavik, Quebec; in addition to research on asset-holding among low-income American families. Her social research has been published by The Journal of Comparative Social Work and The New America Foundation.
A Seattle native, Anna has taught a creative writing class for women in the King County Correctional Facility in downtown Seattle, and she serves on the Board of The Seattle Globalist. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Development and Cultural Studies from McGill University and is working toward a certificate in Storytelling and Content Strategy at the University of Washington School of Professional and Continuing Education.