Does email feel overwhelming?

You know that feeling like you’re falling behind and not following marketing best practices because you’re struggling to keep up with the day-to-day? Staff turnover, digital trends, and limited capacity have left you feeling hopeless and burnt out.

Please, stop trying to do it all alone!

Let me be that extra set of hands you need to grow your email program

You know email has the highest ROI...

But you're busy trying to figure out how email fits into your overall strategy to move your organization's goals forward.

You feel like you're wearing too many hats

It's impossible to be an expert on social, email, web, analytics, technology, etc. You feel like you're not doing anything well because you're doing too much.

You're exhausted and losing motivation...

Trying to just keep up with all the internal requests and day-to-day communications. You continue to lose time and energy for the work you used to love.

As a nonprofit leader, you need a trusted partner and email expert who you can hand off email project management, development, execution, testing, and reporting to. That’s where I come in.

Meet your email marketing partner: Katelyn

I went from in-house to consultant to help other marketing leaders move their missions forward. With over a decade of expeirence, I’ve helped more than 20 nonprofits with their digital marketing, managing multi-million dollar campaigns. My favorite part: making new friends and partnering with some of the most talented digital marketers in the game.

Katelyn Baughan, CEO KB Digital

Let me help you achieve your goals.

  1. Discovery call
    We’ll discuss your goals and ideal partnership

  2. Get things done quickly
    I know you have a lot to do. I work quickly to execute your plans.

  3. Stop worrying. Staff turnover and falling behind will be a thing of the past.

Kind words from my partners

Raise more funds and have confidence In your email marketing

When you work with me, you can finally have peace of mind knowing your email marketing program is on track. You need to get back to why you started working in the nonprofit space to begin with – to make a real impact in the world.