Vox Global Launches Social Change Practice – Inside INdiana Business

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Washington DC-based PR firm Vox Global is launching a social change initiative to help people take action. Through the Vox Social Change practice, which is led by Vox Indianapolis board members, the company says it will support philanthropic foundations, nonprofits, and state agencies, as well as harness the data from its practice of behavioral information, to identify audiences and understand their motivations.

Vox says its social change team will gather data and ideas to create relevant storytelling resources for use by other organizations. The team is currently working on the first stages of planning.

“We will combine our idea-driven approach, subject matter expertise and impactful storytelling to change hearts and minds,” said Michael Marker, Global Managing Director of VOX, who is also Head of Change Practice. social of VOX. “From initiatives focused on education, health equity and responsible technology, to programs focused on conservation science, climate change and more, we’ll help organizations engage with policy makers, civic leaders and citizens to advance their important work.”

The company says the initiative will help organizations solve some of the toughest problems of our time.

“While we have been a strategic communications partner for foundations, nonprofits and government agencies for nearly 15 years, our new and innovative approach to driving social change is attracting tremendous interest from new clients. and existing ones,” said Robert Hoopes, CEO of Vox. Global. “We are seeing more and more mission-driven organizations that want to expand beyond targeted giving to mobilize at scale around shared goals.”

Vox says specific targets for the campaign will include students and higher education, institutional policies that promote responsible use of technology, and substance use and mental health disorders.


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