Mary C. Hoffman, Partner
Mary C. Hoffman, Partner, oversees all FowlerHoffman client research, applying her eclectic range of experience in strategic communication, nonprofit administration, evaluation research, and community organizing. She has brought this experience to the design and implementation of projects such as communication support for the Center for Community Partnerships for Child Welfare—both nationally and at two local partnership pilot sites in Kentucky and Florida. Ms. Hoffman conducted an eight-state assessment for the Pew Charitable Trusts’ Early Childhood Education Initiative and poverty alleviation audience research for the Northwest Area Foundation. She researched and designed strategic communication plans for Health Access, Casey Family Programs, and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation’s Digital Media and Learning initiative.
Before founding FowlerHoffman in 2001, Ms. Hoffman was an integral part of the strategic team at Martin & Glantz for ten years. In the late 1980s, Ms. Hoffman was the Systems Coordinator at World College West, a liberal arts college specializing in international development and environmental studies, and was an associate with Hughes Associates Consulting where she was responsible for the design of data analysis systems for youth-at-risk–program evaluations. Her experience also includes seven years of refugee resettlement administration and advocacy with the Intercultural Action Center in Sonoma County, California.