Media & communication
We have worked with dozens of organizations across the US and internationally to develop high impact communication, engagement, and distribution strategies, measure their success, and pivot to maximize the impact of future work. While at The Center for Investigative Reporting, Green-Barber developed a first-of-its kind media & communication impact framework that is used by media organizations across the globe.
We work with commercial and nonprofit media, documentary filmmakers, and social justice organizations, as well as organizations that fund this work, to hone their theories of change and to introduce innovative social science research methods for impact measurement and analysis.
Clients include: Democracy Fund, The Walton Family Foundation, Capital Public Radio, ITVS, Project Syndicate, Renaissance Media, The Atlantic, The Center for Investigative Reporting, The Moth, On Being, the Center for Public Integrity, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and The California Endowment.
human rights & International development
We have experience in human rights and international development, especially indigenous and women's rights in the context of climate change.
Together with indigenous organizations across Ecuador and internationally we have worked to use new information and communication technologies for grassroots social mobilization. In addition to mobilization strategies and measurement, projects include a community agriculture initiative, the empowerment of women and girls through reproductive health roundtables, and the development of a community eco-tourism program.
We are passionate about gender equality, indigenous rights, and environmental preservation.
Clients include: PeaceTech Lab, CARE, IWGIA, CONAIE, TV MICC, FUNDET, and ECUARUNARI.
Our experience includes both qualitative and quantitative research methods. Projects have incorporated literature reviews, survey research, landscape analyses, content analysis, network analysis, comparative case studies, interviews, statistical analyses, and more.
One of our favorite challenges is turning the "immeasurable" into structured data.
Clients include: Solutions Journalism Network, the Aspen Institute, ITVS, Active Voice, and The Whitman Institute.