Martin Luther King’s statement about the fierce urgency of now reminds us every day that true impact is impossible without action. But not just action. For LBC Action, the fierce urgency of now means building power through partnerships. It means working with mission-driven organizations to expand opportunities for aspiring young leaders. To improve wellness for military families. Supporting organizations who are empowering native communities.
Those are the turning points when ideas become movements and partnerships become networks. That’s why we do it.
Communications & Creative Marketing
Where Strategy Drives Style and Story
From case statements to full campaigns, our team of strategists, designers, and writers are here to help you refine your messages, reach new audiences, and drive real change in your communities. Here are the core elements of our communications and creative marketing services:
Strategy is the foundation of effective communications. We’ll take a hard look at your audiences, messages, platforms, and processes and develop smart plans that work for your goals.
Branding & Creative
This is where strategy comes to life. Once we have a sound strategy, our brand expression work begins. That means developing visuals and copy that reflect your organizaiton’s personality and help you stand out from your competition.
Getting your audience to hear your story is step one. The real goal is getting them to tell your story. We’ll take everything you are trying to say and make it simple, memorable and repeatable.
News & Publications
Recently LBC Action Principal Martin LeBlanc sat down with Julie Garreau, Executive Director of the Cheyenne River Youth Project, and Erik Stegman, Executive Director of Native Americans in Philanthropy. The discussion centered on the work the Cheyenne River Youth Project is doing to empower Lakota youth and explored the power of trust, the challenges of navigating the pandemic, and the opportunities this moment in time presents. You can listen to the conversation here to these two positive change agents.
This spring, Fresh Tracks, a leadership initiative for opportunity youth created in 2015 by several members of the LBC Action team, transitioned within the Aspen Institute from the Center for Native American Youth to Opportunity Youth Forum, where it is now a program of the Forum for Community Solutions. In its new home, Fresh Tracks will continue to be a cross-cultural training platform that brings together young leaders from indigenous, rural, and urban communities nationwide. Read more >