The heart of my design philosophy is that great design not only looks good but needs to clearly communicate to its audience to be successful. I enjoy collaborating on teams, solving problems and coming up with unique solutions for our clients. In my spare time I dream up ways to more efficiently color code my calendar and spend time with my family – hubbie, son and two dogs.
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I’m in love with type and image, and how they work together to communicate multiple forms of content. My many years working with nonprofits has allowed my inner marketer to shine and help guide clients in the right direction. I utilize my background in fine art and decades of experience to approach every project with a unique perspective. And being a proud new mom means juggling it all and working efficiently!
Organized and process driven, I love building marketing systems and processes that drive organizations forward. As an experienced digital marketing strategist, I have played a key role in helping my clients to develop and execute online engagement strategies to grow organizational audiences, increase brand awareness, and present them as leaders in their respective industries through content marketing and outreach.
My past clients say I’m a little scrappy and willing to do what it takes to go above and beyond while having fun along the way.
When I'm not working I love spending time on photography, tennis, cooking, or hiking.
I've built a career helping nonprofits and associations expand their membership bases, entrepreneurs market various offerings, and government agencies promote public service messages.
As Redstart Creative’s website strategist I work to balance the power of content with the art of creation, making sure our clients’ projects meet their goals on time and within budget while improving user experience and creating delight for clients and their audiences along the way.
I create content marketing strategies that make businesses stand out and get their message heard! I enjoy helping businesses of all sizes reach their ideal audience so they can serve more people. When I am not working you can find me planning my next adventure with my family.
Sharahya has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Stevenson University. After graduating from undergrad, she spearheaded and became the head of T.I.M.E Organizations’ Marketing Department, as Marketing Director of the company. Sharahya formed her first business during her freshman year in college and from there formed another business centered around graphic design and website design. Sharahya has used her experience in marketing and web design to help smaller organizations reach their brand’s goals. Sharahya has a passion for marketing, graphic design, and web design because it allows her to be creative while also fulfilling client’s needs. When Sharahya isn’t working she enjoys traveling because it allows her to experience and learn new things, which is something that she loves to do.
Jess Gill is a content strategist who enjoys figuring out messaging, strategy, and execution. She's excited to use her special blend of authenticity, curiosity, connection, and problem-solving to make your words resonate. When she's not writing or editing, she can be found reading, dancing, or planning future trips.
Anisha Dadia Bouchie
Anisha Dadia Bouchie is a multi-disciplinary Content Specialist with a B.A. in French and Russian from The University of Bristol. Originally from the UK, Anisha has lived and worked in New York for over a decade. While exploring different ventures such as script-writing, theater, and ESL instruction, Anisha developed her passion for writing and has, over the past five years, contributed various op-ed pieces for prolific online magazines and successfully curated online content for several non-profit organizations. Eager to continue her efforts in helping organizations, particularly non-profits, garner the traction they deserve, Anisha recently became certified in UX writing and is currently expanding her knowledge of SEO strategies and practices.
Medina Anderson is a Graphic Designer with a strong focus on branding and content development. Over the years, she has worked with a variety of businesses and non-profits to help develop creative and unique branding. She seeks to link digital and service design to develop beautiful consumer experiences for both digital and print products. Creativity, clear communication and collaboration are values that drive her success as a designer. After her workday, as a lover of design, she and her husband dabble in interior design and serve friends and family by helping to redesign/makeover their home or apartment spaces. They strive to make each space cozy and beautiful. On other days, she enjoys taking a walk, working on DIY crafts, and relaxing while watching HGTV.
Agile project manager by trade, I love coming up with efficient and creative solutions to businesses problems. I consider myself having an eclectic skillset and use various resources to help solve problems. I’ve worked with several clients in various industries that includes healthcare, higher education, marketing agencies, medical cannabis companies and Information Technology managing and tracking projects and tasks, developing budgets, creating process documents and anything you can think of when it comes to project management. The most important thing I like to make sure is that I provide value to my clients.
When I’m not managing projects, I love to travel, particularly to any Caribbean island, spending time in nature, learning photography and finding delicious cuisines and restaurants to try.
Clare has over 10 years of volunteer and paid non-profit business development experience. She is a Baltimore City native and approaches projects in a thoughtful relationship-oriented manner as a neurodivergent, highly sensitive person. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, hiking, historical tours, and working on mixed-media art. Mostly, she is concerned with learning about the experience of others and using her privilege to be a better global citizen!
I’ve been told I’m a workaholic. The truth is, I love what I do. I view every project as an opportunity to raise the bar and find the best possible visual solution. The end result? You look good.
Since 2015 I have been supporting businesses of many sizes and industries in the implementation of modern website projects. Regardless of the scope of the project, it is always important to me to develop a high quality, brand-focused, and scalable product.
Passionate. Strategic. Aesthetic. My desire to expose the artistic and creative side of technology pushes me to experiment with coding and UI/UX. I am specifically interested in the entire frontend spectrum and working on ambitious projects with positive people.
Other than being a web developer for a living, I’m a crazy dog mom to my Swedish Vallhund. I’m also a yogi, a solo traveler, and a minimalist.
Trained as a graphic designer, I’ve worked my way into the web design/development field, keeping a focused eye on front end design and back end code. When it comes to customization I strive to get you what you need. When I’m not being creative I’m hanging out with my wife, two kids, and three cats!
Dorothy Fuchs-Yeager is an award-winning public relations and marketing professional with over thirty years of experience and has worked for various companies, agencies and non-profits in Baltimore, Washington, DC and nationally. Her firm specializes in strategic and integrated public and media relations campaigns, nonprofit partnerships, sponsorships, cross promotions, grassroots marketing and special events coordination and planning. In addition, she is well versed in social media and digital strategies.
After working for various non-profits, pr agencies and a special events company, Mrs. Fuchs-Yeager started her own public relations company, Purple Dot Public Relations, LLC in May 2003. She has represented various individuals, companies, projects, organizations and enterprises, ranging from small businesses to nonprofits to national corporations.
Mrs. Fuchs-Yeager is an Adjunct Faculty at Towson University and teaches a capstone class in Strategic Public Relations and Integrated Communications Campaigns. She is also a member of the Baltimore Public Relations Council and the Downtown Partnership and has been featured in articles in the Baltimore Sun, The Daily Record, the Baltimore Business Journal and The Maryland Beverage Journal. She has served as a guest speaker at Loyola College, Villa Julie College, Goucher College, the Small Museums Conference, and the Regional Public Relations Society of America.
Personally, Mrs. Fuchs-Yeager serves on the public relations committee for HopeWell Cancer Support, Baltimore Tourism Association, Intersection of Change Non-profit and on the Membership Committee for Visit Baltimore. She has conducted volunteer work for BARCS, Komen for the Cure Maryland Chapter, Casey Cares Foundation, the American Red Cross, Comfort Cases, Hampden Family Center and Moveable Feast.
Writing gives me the opportunity to share good news about great people. I tell the stories of individuals and organizations who are working to make the world a better place.
It is my great blessing to live in Charleston, SC where I serve as the Director of Special Events for the Charleston American Marketing Association, joyfully share my home as a puppy foster for Pet Helpers, and am proud to be a Dragon Boat team member. You might also see me wearing a pink hard hat when I’m pitching in with Habitat for Humanity.
Jen Raider is passionate about helping brands remain purposeful and central to their consumers through effective communication. For more than 20 years, she’s been breaking boundaries and providing clients with strategic marketing and public relations services that challenge the status quo. Jen excels at launching new initiatives as well as providing fresh updates to those tried-and-true. She often partners with Redstart Creative to deliver handcrafted communications on behalf of organizations in various industries, including nonprofit and education.