KTD Creative has a network of talented DC-based partners. Depending on your project, we tap the skills of photographers, public relations experts (PR), SEO experts and other professionals. Our partners are some of the top experts in their field. When needed, we include these professionals in our project teams. Our partners allow KTD Creative to scale up a project when needed without the cost of carrying that overhead. The savings are passed on to our clients.
Grassfed Media is a boutique PR and marketing firm that works with companies and non-profits that are in the business of making the world a better place. From environmentally friendly lifestyle brands to animal welfare non-profits to local restaurants, we help clients reach new audiences and the media through a comprehensive suite of services including branding, PR, social media, and event promotion. Clients have included The Partnership for a Healthier America, Equinox Restaurant, Compassion Over Killing/DC VegFest, Soupergirl, the HeathWell Foundation, and many others. Grassfed Media supports KTD Creative with PR and more on an as needed basis.
Online Fundraising and Marketing
Brett Gerstein, Fliptide
Brett is an experienced digital marketer who helps organizations acquire and retain supporters. Using inbound and outbound marketing strategies, he helps nonprofits organically create buzz around an issue and amplify it through digital advertising. Brett has worked with top NGOs including American Diabetes Association, AmeriCares, Special Olympics International, The League of Women Voters and many others. He lives in the Petworth neighborhood of Washington, DC with his wife, and daughter.
Brett’s areas of focus include:
Linda is an experienced editor and she began her editing career on the staff of Virginia Tech’s college paper, The Collegiate Times, where she worked her way up from editorial assistant to features editor. After college, she spent 13 years with The Journal Newspapers, a chain of daily papers that covered the Washington, D.C., suburbs. She started as a copy editor and page designer on the free weekly publication, Journal Life. At various times in subsequent years Linda was in charge of the daily paper’s health section, real estate section, automotive section, comics pages, fashion pages and community sections. She spent the last nine years in charge of the features department.
From there, she worked for six years as a copy editor on The Baltimore Sun’s metro, national/international and features copy desks. Her last two years at The Sun were spent working as a metro editor, which included shifts as the night city editor and digital editor. Currently Linda is a senior consultant for Red Badge Consulting. They provide setup, training, support and documentation for a newspaper content management system. Linda also supports KTD Creative with writing and editing when needed. We are lucky to have her!