Founded in 1988, Direct Impact and our nationwide network of in-market experts execute state and local strategic communications and public affairs campaigns that reach every community, media market and political jurisdiction in the U.S. Today, we are redefining what it means to engage a community—consumers, policymakers, constituents and organizations alike—through 21st century grassroots and purpose-driven communications.
While the pandemic has forced all of us into our local places these last few years, we’ve witnessed a paradigm shift over the last decade in how business gets done, how and where policy is made, and where reputations are won or lost.
As we approach Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, one of his quotes has been on the forefront of my mind. “In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” For me, this encompasses much of what it means to be an ally, especially over the past year.
Have a local issue you need to address? Looking to engage the right audience in key communities?Want to reach consumers and policymakers at a hyper-local level? Direct Impact can help.