Senior Director of Communications
Seth has a background in strategic communications and public affairs, policy advocacy, social marketing, and writing. He has worked extensively with organizations in the nonprofit arena — from foundations and think tanks to advocacy groups and large research organizations — as well as in the for-profit sector.
At Equal Measure, Seth leads all aspects of the organization’s communications. His responsibilities include spearheading campaigns, managing publications, overseeing the website (winner of the Web Marketing Association Non-Profit Standard of Excellence Award in 2015), and maintaining traditional and social media presences. Seth serves as communications liaison with Equal Measure’s funders and works with project teams to develop strategies to promote the lessons and products of those initiatives.
Before joining Equal Measure, Seth served as an independent consultant, working with organizations such as MWW Group’s Public Affairs and Corporate Communications divisions, and with MWW’s national clients such as Healthways, Vitals, the Water Research Foundation, the Investment Company Institute, and the Immune Deficiency Foundation, among others. Prior to that, he was a senior consultant with Worldways Social Marketing. In that role, Seth led a communications and policy advocacy campaign for a statewide children’s health promotion initiative in Delaware, and managed the national strategic communications efforts of a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation program (Caring Across Communities) to advocate for improved mental health services for immigrant and refugee children. Seth also served as director of strategic communication for the American Board of Internal Medicine, where he positioned the organization as a leader in promoting medical professionalism to physicians, hospitals, and health policy leaders, and as director of communications for the Center for Health Care Strategies.
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