Eastern Fraser Valley Child Care Coalition
9 x 16, three-fold full colour brochure. June 2008. First printing 10,000 copies. Designer: Wm. Glasgow Design.
Worked with the Editorial Advisory Board of the Eastern Fraser Valley Child Care Coalition (EFVCCC) as project manager to develop the concept for this advocacy brochure. Responsibilities included:
• Working with the seven community representatives and coordinator as well as other stakeholders, including the United Way of the Fraser Valley, to develop the message and copy.
• Copywriting and proofreading.
• Taking photographs in two photo shoots.
• Coordinating with the designer and printer.
Denise Quinnell, coordinator for the EFVCCC, wrote:
"Thank you for your hard work on our brochure. We appreciated your keen eye for detail and the organization that you brought to the timelines, design, and production. Your suggestions concerning the wording of the text were great, as you pointed out problems and provided solutions that we would never thought of.
“As you know, the project involved a lot of people and required obtaining feedback and building consensus quickly to meet a tight deadline. Your communication skills were quite simply amazing in orchestrating it so that it all came together. The resulting brochure was much better than we had expected.
“Thank you again and I look forward to working with you in the future!"
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