Since its inception in 2007, Anne Lewis Strategies has been a leader in the innovation of political fundraising. The company represents a diverse clientele, raising money for Democratic candidates and nonprofits, and doing all of it online. Anne Lewis Strategies wants to change the world—one digital fundraising campaign at a time.
“We tell stories online. We help our clients communicate their vision to an audience that I think is actually actively seeking to become engaged,” says VP Nat Binns.
Anne Lewis Strategies is quickly growing, but it hasn't forgotten what drives the company at its core: the people. Everyone has the opportunity to contribute their individual greatness to the company, and with such a close-knit culture, team members can expect to really get to know their colleagues well.
“From day one, you feel welcomed into the community here at Anne Lewis, and it gives us plenty of opportunity to be out of the office hanging out with each other on a personal level, which I think is really important to workplace morale,” says Gabrielle McCarthy, Digital Production Assistant.
Even though online fundraising is serious work, Anne Lewis Strategies makes sure to keep a light atmosphere around the office. It even maintains an office-wide dessert tradition, and cookies are a staple at creative brainstorming meetings. The company also has a dedicated Fun Team that organizes extracurricular events—from karaoke nights to baseball games.
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