We utilize creative voices, innovative marketing strategies, and strategic allies to amplify campaigns and partners.
Our mission is to empower companies and organizations that are dedicated to equity, access, sustainability, diversity, and future positivity.
We are at the intersection of social justice, technology, and creativity.
what we offer
Strategies + Campaigns
+ Digital marketing
+ social campaigns
+ Political outreach
+ brand development
+ community mobilizing
+ local awareness
+ social justice consulting
A community of daring change-makers building and branding movements that birth new, innovative advocacy.
MEET THE FOUNDERS
Based in NYC, roots in Mexico City and Los Angeles.
Ambar Januel is a creative marketing consultant for non-profits, creative organizations, and future-forward tech companies, as well as the Director of Communications at Good Call NYC. She is passionate about working with companies that are conscious of social impact, and her partners utilize future technologies to disrupt the system while prioritizing diversity and inclusion, community engagement, and social justice. She was awarded top 25 business women in Los Angeles by Walkers Legacy, is a Google Next Gen Tech Policy Leader, and a Restless Development USA board member. She has been featured at a variety of conferences and publications, including 7in7, Women in Tech LA, Vanity Fair, Travel Tech Con, Huffington Post, Forbes, Digital LA, Honeybook, WeRule, and more.
Based in DC, roots in Texas and Arizona.
Daiquiri Ryan is a Tejana and first generation lawyer with a passion for social justice and technology. She is a new type of advocate with skills beyond traditional expectations. With an emphasis on movement building, Daiquiri’s keen eye for design and excellent writing pose her as a visionary in project management. Being a storyteller and change maker for voices of color are at the center of her strategic policy and marketing solutions. Daiquiri is a Google Next Gen Policy leader and has been featured at conferences and in publications across the country including, Forbes, Tech Dirt, LULAC’s State of Latinx and Latinx Tech Summit, Creative Control, Mosaic, and the Brooklyn Eagle.